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Automatic new window from frame

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Jon

I can use a frame tag to open up another src file
but is it possible to put that src file document (target)
into a separate window besides just another frame ? If so how ?

Jon

Jul 20 '05 #1
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MH
> I can use a frame tag to open up another src file
but is it possible to put that src file document (target)
into a separate window besides just another frame ? If so how ?


Maybe you mean to want to open a page in new window of its own?
like this; <a href=http://......" target="_blank">new window</a>

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MH

Jul 20 '05 #2

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Jon
Thank you MH...

Yes, except I want it to pop up automatically from
a frame tag.. Something like..

<frame name="_blank" noresize src="http://.../page.html">

Basically so the user doesn't actually have to click something.
Is that possible ??

Jon
I can use a frame tag to open up another src file
but is it possible to put that src file document (target)
into a separate window besides just another frame ? If so how ?


Maybe you mean to want to open a page in new window of its own?
like this; <a href=http://......" target="_blank">new window</a>

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MH


Jul 20 '05 #3

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MH
> Yes, except I want it to pop up automatically from
a frame tag.. Something like..
<frame name="_blank" noresize src="http://.../page.html">
Basically so the user doesn't actually have to click something.
Is that possible ??


The only way I know to automatically start another page is with 'refresh' in
the <head> section, like

<META HTTP-EQUIV="REFRESH" CONTENT="5; URL=http://......../page.htm">

this will automatically open 'page.htm' after 5 seconds, in the same window.

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MH

Jul 20 '05 #4

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Jon
> > Yes, except I want it to pop up automatically from
a frame tag.. Something like..
<frame name="_blank" noresize src="http://.../page.html">
Basically so the user doesn't actually have to click something.
Is that possible ??


The only way I know to automatically start another page is with 'refresh' in
the <head> section, like

<META HTTP-EQUIV="REFRESH" CONTENT="5; URL=http://......../page.htm">

this will automatically open 'page.htm' after 5 seconds, in the same window.


Thanks again MH... Not possible to open in a new page ?

Jon
Jul 20 '05 #5

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