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    HTML Frame problem

    Hello,

    I have recently added a search feature for homes on my website that accesses an outside source. To keep the illusion of users staying on my site to access the search I have implemented it in framse. This is the only place on my site I am using frames, and I cant seem to make the frames go away when users click on my navigation menu to go elswhere in my site. if anyone could help me my site is www.shanepritchard.com and the page with the frame is http://www.shanepritchard.com/IDX.htm Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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    Re: Frame problem

    Never mind I figured it out. Just had to get the target attribute right.

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    Re: Frame problem

    Just for the information of others who browse here looking for an answer, to remove frames, make sure the target attribute is correct.

    <a href='test.html' target='_parent'>Remove frames</a>

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    Re: Frame problem

    hmm I put target="_top" is there any particular reason why I shouldnt use that?

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    Re: Frame problem

    That works too



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