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<!-- Here's the form, with event handlers that invoke the functions above. --> <FORM NAME="navbar" > <INPUT TYPE="button" VALUE="Forward" Click="go_forward()"> URL: <INPUT TYPE="text" NAME="url" SIZE=50> </FORM> </head> </html>
i need to display it in the address in the textbox, but i couldnt so i tested with an button. this works fine for local html pages,but i couldnt display the address like "http://www.cnn.com" or any internet address. also even if i refresh the page i dont get the initial page with button and text. i only get the blank page.
okay first off there are security restrictions about getting stuff from other servers/urls which limits you to what you can do second off the syntax you are using is correct, but I find it to be buggy at times. I would name the frames and access it by the name example <frameset rows="76/,24/" > <frame name="MainF" src="http://www.cnn.com"> <frame name="BottomF" src="navaigation.html" > </frameset> </html> in the bottom frame try this code <form name="L"> <input type="button" onclick="this.value=parent.document.MainF.location.href" value="click me"> </form> Eric
Joined: Jun 16, 2002
Isn't there an any other way that i could catch the webaddresses on the flow, like i need to get these web addresses . kindly suggest me an way. history object would not suit my application Thanking you Chandhrasekar Saravanan