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Re-directing access within frames - Revisited

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Jim Barton on September 13, 2001 at 09:19:57:

Very worth reading

Just right

Just right

You guys just saved my life. I've been given the task of re-vamping a very large site, and the use of frames to ease navigation seemed to be the best option.

All other materials I've seen on this subject utilize very basic and unusable code (which turned out to be incompatible and annoying when one tries to hit the "back" button). This article was a breath of fresh air in how detailed the solution presented was.

You should have heard me jumping around my office when I got the code to work on my prototype pages. What a load off my mind!

NOTE TO THOSE READING THE ARTICLE FOR THE FIRST TIME: Regardless of your level of experience, don't be intimidated by the code. Just copy/paste the two sets of code at the bottom of the article and insert them into your page. If you look at it long enough, you'll see exactly where you need to make minor modifications to fit your site. Refer back to the article if there's a point you're stuck on, and re-read the whole thing to trace the genious of these people...but the code itself is very well written and worked right away for me.

Thank you guys!

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