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Posted on 2000-05-13
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I HAVE JUST UPLOADED MY FIRST WEB PAGE
WHICH WAS CREATED WITH FRONT PAGE EXPRESS.
THE PROBLEM IS HOWEVER WHEN I LINK TO MY
OTHER (.HTM) PAGES IS THEY OPEN ANOTHER BROWSER WINDOW,WHICH I DO NOT WANT.
I WANT ALL MY LINKS TO OPEN IN THE SAME WINDOW AND USE THE BACK BUTTON ON MY
BROWSER.
WHAT DO I NEED TOO DO?
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first of all......don't shout.....

second, you shouldn't set a target in the page. IE. if you open the source of the pages you created with frontpage....get lost of the <base target=...> in the header. And check all the <A HREF......> tags for any TARGET's....just get lost of 'em.

That should do the trick.

Good luck,
CJ
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many thanks for the prompt answer
CJ_S "your the man"
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