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Dreamweaver, Frames, and Links

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  • Dreamweaver, Frames, and Links

    Okay, need some help here. I'm developing a main personal site, and I wanted to use frames so I could have a left column of links with its own scrollbar. Here's the problem: I can't figure out how to set it so that a clicked link opens either in the main window, or in a new window. Here's what it's like right now:
    http://members.cox.net/morrigoon/

    Now, if you click on the links on the left, it tries to open them in that same window! I would specifically like it to open a separate window for each link clicked. Advice?

    Unusually and exceedingly peculiar and altogether quite impossible to describe...



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    Re: Dreamweaver, Frames, and Links

    To specify a link to open in a new browser window, highlight the link text in the Dreamweaver document window. Then, display the Property Inspector and choose Blank from the Target list box.
    Maybe that would help, not too sure about Dreamweaver, but here might help.
    "Tonight I wash my hands of you
    You set the bar I could not live up to
    Tonight the light is breaking through
    So thank you very little and send me postcards from hell"
    Zebrahead

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      Re: Dreamweaver, Frames, and Links

      Thanks guys! I can't get the update uploaded right now due to server issues (I guess), but I previewed it in the browser and now the links work just fine! Thanks!

      Unusually and exceedingly peculiar and altogether quite impossible to describe...


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        Re: Dreamweaver, Frames, and Links

        Ah, now it's all fixed. Thanks!

        Unusually and exceedingly peculiar and altogether quite impossible to describe...


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          Re: Dreamweaver, Frames, and Links

          Not bad... I dont remember much on dreamweaver from my HS.. but last i checked.. it was expensive as heck... lol

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