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Javascript+HTML HELP.....URGENT....

 
sam patel
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Hi,
<!-- I am kind of new to javascript + html...
This is what i had before, i had one html file that contained all the javascript functions and displayed image. I had zoom-in, zoom-out labels, so when i moved my mouse over the lable it would zoom-in and zoom-out the image....
This was all in one file....
Now i want to create Two Frames and a frameSet file... The two frames are called from FrameSet file....
In Frame1(Frame1.htm) I am creating a onMoOver="zoom(1000,900,'myimage','in')"....
In frame2(Frame2.htm) i am displaying the Image and have all the javaScript functions..
FrameSet file (Main.htm) displays the Frame1 and Frame2....
How can i call the Zoom(....) function from Frame1.htm file, while the Zoom(...) function is in Frame2.htm.
Before i had everything in one file so there was no problems...
How can i call the zoom function from Frame1.htm and have it zoom-in and zoom-out in Frame2.htm.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.....
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Here's what i have in Frame1.htm File....
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"onMoOver="zoom(1000,900,'myimage','in')" "
"onMouseOut="clearzoom()"<Zoom "
"onMoOver="zoom( 100,900,'myimage','restore')"

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Here's what i have in Frame2.htm File....
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function zoomhelper(){
}
function zoom(originalW, originalH, what, state){
}
function clearzoom(){
if (window.beginzoom)
clearInterval(beginzoom)
}

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Eric Pascarello
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to call it, you just need to use
parent.FrameName.FunctionName();
Eric
 
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