I have a HTML page that is split into two frames: the left hand frame is an "index" page listing a lot of dates (each one being a hyperlink), clicking a link changes the contents of the right hand frame to be a page showing details relevant to the date that was clicked. The left hand frame is 20%, the right hand frame is 80% of the overall page.
This works OK but I have an issue in that when I click a date, if there is a lot of content in the right hand frame I can sometimes forget what date I actually clicked after reading it all: there is no mention of the date on each page displayed in the right hand frame apart from in its filename. Hence, what I would like is a style on the hyperlinks on the "index" page that enables the user to see which "date" they have clicked; kind of a "selected" state.
This shouldn't be too difficult, but the thing is I need the previously "selected" hyperlink to revert back to its none-selected state when another one is clicked so that only one is ever in the "selected" state at once. I'd like to achieve this with buttons: the "selected" button has a border around it, and all other buttons don't.
Is this possible? If so can someone please advise/guide?
Many thanks in advance.