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Search form doesn´t  appear in FP 2000

Posted on 2000-05-03
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Hi everybody!!
I ´m wondering if someone can help with this !

I´m developing a page with 3 frames (top,contens,main)
and want to put a search form  component in the top and get the results in main.( something like tucows)
my suprise is that the search form doesn´t appear in my browse even if it is in other frame.

I have installed:
Windows NT 4.0 server
IIS 4.0 (with FP2000 extensions)
FP 2000
DreamWeaver
DrumBeat (ASP)
SQL 7.0
IE 5.0

Are there other solutions to do this in separete frame?
Thanks for any help!!!

regards,
mrxz



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I will assume that you are using MSFP 2000's templated Search form.
In this case, simply change the
<base target="..."> to
<base target="main">
in the search form's header section.

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