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    Post frames problem

    Here's the url to my angelfire page. This is what happens, when I put my frames anywhere:
    http://www.angelfire.com/anime2/allstarr/


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    here is your code(minus the angelfire ad insertion)

    <HTML>
    <head>
    <title>Welcome To My Web Site</title>
    </head>
    <frameset cols=*,700 border="0">
    <frame src="index2.htm" name="Large">
    <frame src="nav.htm" name="Navbar">

    <noframes>
    <BODY bgcolor=black text="white" link="darkblue" vlink="darkgreen">

    <center>
    <img src="pictures/main.gif" alt="Sorry">
    <p>
    I'm sorry, but your web browser does not support frames.
    Click <a href="index.htm">here</a> to go back to the Start Page.
    And GET WITH IT!!! if you can't run frames, you are out of it!!
    </noframes>
    </frameset>
    </center>
    </HTML>

    to start with here are some problems
    1: no closing body tag

    2:closing center tag should be placed within the noframes tags

    now about the 404 errors on the frames pages
    The way you linked to them
    <frame src="index2.htm" name="Large">
    <frame src="nav.htm" name="Navbar">
    implies you have both index2.htm and nav.htm within your folder called allstar.

    I would assume these files are not in this folder or are called something else. http://www.angelfire.com/anime2/allstarr/

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    I get everything but the nav.htm and large.html. I copied and paisted them on. What should I have in there place? What are they supposed to contain?

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    Large.htm???

    <frame src="path to file you want displayed here" name="Large">
    <frame src="path to file you want displayed here" name="Navbar">

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    right on the money----that was a typo...

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    Ok, now that I have the site in the frames. I have a smaller frame on the left side of the page that contains the boxes with the links. How do I get those links not to show up on the left frame, but on the bigger right frame, while not changing the links on the left frame? Here's the url.
    http://www.angelfire.com/anime2/allstarr

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    dang, forget that url. I haven't the time to get the page up. But when you go to the url, you'll see the two frames (left and right) that I'm talking about.

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    you will find the tutorial for this here. http://www.ahfb2000.com/htmlframes.php

    but to make it easy you need to add the attribute target to your link the name of the target would be the name of the frame you want the page to open in.

    Example:
    your links are like this-
    <a href="url of link">

    make it like this-
    <a href="url of link" target="Large or navbar or whatever you have called the frame">
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    Ok, I did that. But instead of the link coming in the bigger window, it comes out as a pop-up window. That's not exactly the affect I want. Is there anything else I forgot? I targeted all the links to the frame I wanted them to appear in, and it comes out as a pop-up window.

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    You obviously did something wrong. Get the pages up so I can look at the code.

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    Doh, capitalization problem. Thanks!



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