new window popping out and music problems Help!!

Posted on 2003-03-02
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Last Modified: 2010-04-09 

When i go to online booking and fill in all the details and click submit everything is ok. However, when i click cancel or when i havent filled in a required field and try to click on the links on the left after tat, a new window will pop up. Above is the page url. I want everything to open up in the same window.

The other problem in which i have is the music jukebox. Is there any way in which i can have a music play automatically when i first go to the homepage. Is there any way a default music can be played? I tried having a default music but when i click on other musics, i will have 2 different musics playing on the background. Advise pls.

Question by:legolaz
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Author Comment

ID: 8051503
I have managed to fix the music thingy already. So tats fine already tnks. However the other problem still occurs. Can anyone help with tat?

Pls advise


Expert Comment

ID: 8067584
Take out:

<script type="text/javascript">
    window.name = 'contents';

This code could be messing things up. You don't need it anyway since you gave the frame a name in your frameset.

Also, your site is not Netscape compatible. The music you have setup keeps crashing the browser. My suggestion, stop using FrontPage and get DreamWeaver.

Author Comment

ID: 8068568
Although i have given the frame a name in the frameset, without that piece of code, new windows will keep popping out as validation is done
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Accepted Solution

bjrcreations earned 135 total points
ID: 8068652
I think I found your problem, its in your frameset - you have given the frame two names.

<frame name="menupublic" scrolling="no" src="menuleft.php" name="contents">

Take out "menupublic" and leave "contents".

Author Comment

ID: 8068830
<frame scrolling="no" src="menuleft.php" name="contents">

so this will be the end result??

Expert Comment

ID: 8068853
yes, that should do it

Author Comment

ID: 8069053
ok i will try tat and get bak to u
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