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Posted on 2003-10-23
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Hi,
I am displaying a page of html as web content in Active Direcory.  I have made the Active Desktop window small so that it does not clutter my desktop.   When I click a link the page opens a browser.  How do I get the link to open within the small AD area?
thanks, Bristol_City
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Found it - just make the anchor have a traget="_self", remember to re-synch all the pages and it works.
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