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Hello,
I have a HTML page with 3 frames(top, bottomleft & bottomright). Top
frame is having a hyperlink to other HTML page. When I click on it,
the resultant is appearing in the top frame only. If I want the
resultant to occupy whole screen, what should I do?
Thanks,
Rani
 
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Hi Rani,
It's really very simple.What you have to do is,just insert this attribute(taget="_top") inside your anchor tag.
eg:
<a href="www.something.com" target="_top">
What this attribute does is,it tells the browser to load the intended page in the whole browser window.
Hope that helped.
bunty
 
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