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simple Q(to not open a new winow)

Posted on 2003-12-01
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I have an image map here:
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<map name="q2">
<area alt="" coords="104,11,158,32" href="page3.asp" target="page3.asp">
.....
<area alt="" coords="406,170,490,217" href="page3.asp" target="page3.asp">
     ....
</map>
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Whe you click on the section of the image and get redirectred to page3.asp a new browser opens. I don't want a new window to open, just use the same window?
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Question by:DamienL
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seanpowell earned 30 total points
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remove this:
target="page3.asp"
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by:Netwing
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use

target="self" instead of target="page3.asp"

or remove it like seanpowell wrote.
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by:ric7ho
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<map name="q2">
<area alt="" coords="104,11,158,32" href="page3.asp">
.....
<area alt="" coords="406,170,490,217" href="page3.asp">
     ....
</map>

as suggested by seanpowell + Netwing
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