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    Angry Problem with href code

    I have a mouseover link that goes to TYPES OF CLASSES. When it is click on it goes to the correct page, but only in the frame where it is located. It doesnot clear the frame from the left (the homepage part)

    If you click on any other link TUITION for example youll see what I mean.

    Please bear with me, I am teaching myself this.
    YOUR site is an EXTREMELY helpful tool!!!

    http://misssandysdancesteps.com/index.htm
    this is the site

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    Try this:
    Code:
    <a href="id23.htm" TARGET="_top" 
    onmouseover="filter('e215','e156')"
    onmouseout="filter('e215','e600')">
    <img src="type6.gif" name="e215" border=0 width=468 height=60></a>
    .....Willy

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    AWESOME THANK YOU THANK YOU

    It worked!

    Now, can you tell me what that line of code does/means

    I am grasshopper...help me learn!

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    Target="_top"

    Target indicates to the browser where the wanted page should be loaded to.

    _top=the top availble level meaning it will discard the page currently loaded and load a new one in.

    _self=means that a page will be loaded into the window/frame that the link was clicked in.

    _blnk=a new window will be opened with wanted page.

    FrameName=will load the wanted page into a frame with the name.

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    Thumbs up


    it feels good to learn,

    THANK YOU
    Steve


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