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Running javascript function from child page to parent page

Posted on 2013-02-05
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Hi all,

I have a link on an iframed page and I would like to call a javascript function on the parent page. Is this possible?  Here is the command that I will run on the iframed page and it applies to the parent page:

<a href="javascript:;" onClick=" jqcc.chat.joinChatroom('2','','T25saW5lIER5YWRlcnM='); ">

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Thanks for your help,

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That mean jqcc.chat.joinChatroom function is declared in the parent...

<a href="javascript:;" onClick="window.parent.jqcc.chat.joinChatroom('2','','T25saW5lIER5YWRlcnM='); ">

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