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Combining two frames into one page

 
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I have a page with two frames. I want a link call one page without any frames. Can this be done without JS?
 
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If you want a page to call a link that is not in the frameset, just call the html page directly. So, if you have a frameset that has the pages, left.html and right.html, but instead of going into the frameset you want it to call one of those pages, then just call that page, left.html.
Or if you are asking, how do I get rid of the frameset once I am in it, like you have a link in left.html and you want that new page to take up the entire browser, then you need to call a target on it and that the target equal "_top" or "_parent"
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