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Rob Hunter
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Joined: Apr 09, 2002
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I have a page with 2 frames. In the first frame there is a javascript that gets triggered when loading the page. The first frame is actually a perl script that gets called and sometimes regenerates a particular page for frame 2. How can I reload the page in frame 2 without adding onto the history (i.e. I don't want to have to click the Back button twice to get to the page prior to the perl script being called). I tried using window<dot>parent<dot>frames["name"]<dot>document<dot>referesh()? I got an error on that line when it loaded the page. Using IE 6.0.
Eric Pascarello
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it is reload() not refresh(), you probably should use replace and just add the document's location in it. If it cache's then use a timestamp on a query string.

Eric
 
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