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Posted on 2010-08-20
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I have a form that launches in Thickbox. It validates in the thickbox window which I'm happy about. However, when I submit the form I would like the window to close and the parent window to redirect to a different thank you page. Currently, the "thank you" message appears in the lightbox.

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form.zip
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You can achieve that by making the form in the Thickbox iframe submit using the parent frame (i.e. the actual web page). Just add  target="_parent" to the <form> tag.
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Awesome! Thanks!
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Many thanks!
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