Leftpart shows the current www page that you have crawled to.
Rightpart contains a button that takes you to the next page in what will eventually be a pushdown list.
Bottompart scans each page for the presence of keyword, and also shows the dom structure of the document.
In rightpart I use this statement to update the URL of leftpart: parent.frames('leftpart').window.document.URL=document.form1.text1.value;
THE PROBLEM IS: The DOM tree that is displayed is the tree of my original html page (i.e., leftpart). What I want is the DOM tree of the current content.
I could sure use a clue, or ideas to solve this problem.