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iFrames - Open new page where contents depend on what user previously selected?

Hi

I have a HTML page that presents the user with a few choices of jokes (Adult, Knock Knock, Bar..)

If the user selects 'Adult', a new page opens called 'Jokes.html' - with 'Adult.html' as the iFrames ('iFrame') source. If they select 'Knock Knock' - the same page opens but with 'KnockKnock.html' as the iFrames source, and so on.

Is there a simple way to do this (as I am new to JS)? And one that works across different browsers.

Thanks in advance

xD

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xDamian
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ZvonkoSystems architectCommented:
Check this:

<html>
<body>
<form>
<select name="jokeType" onChange="window.frames.iFrame.location=this.value">
<option value="about:blank">-select-
<option value="adult.htm">Adult
<option value="KnockKnock.html">Knock Knock
<option value="bar.htm">Bar
</select>
</form>
<iframe name="iFrame" width="100%"></iframe>
</body>
</html>

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xDamianAuthor Commented:
Thanks Zvokno - but the iFrame is in a different page.

So the user makes a choice on say, Index.html, and, depending on their answer, either 'Adult.html' will appear in the 'iFrame' on 'Jokes.html', or it could be 'Bar.html' in the 'iFrame'.
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ZvonkoSystems architectCommented:
Something like this: http:Q_21426214.html
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xDamianAuthor Commented:
Close - but not quite.

Index.html will have images that they click. On clicking the image, the page 'Choice.html' will open where 'Index.html' once was. And the source page to the iFrame in 'Choice'html' will be determined by the image they chose at Index.html.

I tried the example above but could not get it to work
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ZvonkoSystems architectCommented:
What's the name of this game? "Guess what my page looks like"??? Hey dude, show you html source here and state on what input action you expect what behaviour. We are wizards here, but guessing your next wish can become boaring...
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xDamianAuthor Commented:
Thanks Z: In the end, the easiest option was to have the new page load into the current iFrame - rather than open up a brand new page and iFrame. So the example you gave above works then.
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