Update: i followed along like a tame sheep, but the target should have been _blank; _top refers to the top-level window. By the way: any name that doesn't exist yet results in a new window, so provided that no window with the name "foobar" exists,
<a href="foo.html" target="foobar">A new window</a>
opens a new window by the name of "foobar" (if it does exist, it opens the referred page in that window).
Oh, and I did some checking: the HTML 4.01 Recommendation doesn't say a word about the four general names, only about the use of target to address frames, and W3Schools indicates that the target attribute is not in the strict DTD.
What else do we use to open a new window then?!!
Originally posted by Feyd 1...Hey, I was up late
2...had a drastic dip in my caffeine level,
3...so what if I was thinking blank and typed top...
4...so shoot me people! :thumbsup:
1...just a excuses/excuses/excuses® hehehe...
2...just a rotflmao®!!!!!! wheeere is 'dom' whennn /me neeeds himmm...more lol'in...geeezzz.../me just a bout® spewed her [_]? readin' thattt from you!!! youuu??? caffine??? n' youuu used to 'request' /me n' dom nottt drink it??? lol...
3...thattts ok.../me totallly understands...since you dooo just a remember® /me isnt programmed to think either...:O)))
4...nahhh /me will just a hugs® ya instead...:O)))