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loading docs into frames

How come my browser, namely ie6, can reload(or load from favourites) a
frameset and remember which documents were loaded into the frames
without a query string?
I need to capture this in javascript so I can make sure my frames are
inside the correct frameset yet still allowing users to load up with a
particularly favourite doc.
This is not done using a query string, or does not appear to be, so
how is it done?
For example I load a frameset doc named index.html which contains 2
frames namely header.html and main1.html, main1.html has a link which
loads main2.html into it's own frame. Now I add to favourites with
main2.html showing. Next I go to a completely different site, delete
all cache etc and close down IE. Then starting IE afresh I load the
saved favourite and with no query string it loads main2.html
AHA as this is driving me nuts.
Paul.
Jul 23 '05 #1
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Paul wrote:
How come my browser, namely ie6, can reload
Because it has the the frameset document it is memory cache.
(or load from favourites) a frameset and remember which
documents were loaded into the frames without a query string?
The Favorites item must somehow contain the URIs of the frame documents.
Posting the contents of the respective .url file in an IE group could
turn out to be helpful, maybe even looking into it yourself.
I need to capture this in javascript so I can make sure my frames are
inside the correct frameset yet still allowing users to load up with a
particularly favourite doc. This is not done using a query string, or
does not appear to be,
What do you mean with "does not appear to be (done using a query string)"?
so how is it done?


Hmmm. I can only think of cookies and/or information stored server-side
then.
PointedEars
Jul 23 '05 #2

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