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Using frames

Knowledge Base Lobby : uDirectory Support Conference : Modify uDirectory Scripts
Nov-19-17 03:52 AM EST
Original Message
Using frames
Author Krag on 02-22-2001 at 14:52 (EST)
i would like to include u-directory to the bottom
of a page using frames. i need to add _self to the end of the .html so that in ie the page loads properly.
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  RE: Using frames Bill Weiner, 2001-02-23 05:45:57 (1)

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         1. RE: Using frames
        Author Bill Weiner on 02-23-2001 at 05:45 (EST)
If you just want the uDirectory pages to be displayed in a specific frame, then just use the target parameter when linking to your directory. As an example, if you have a frame called "FRAME2", then just setup a link such as:

< a href="http://www.uburst.com/cgi-bin/udirectory/udirectory.pl?command=listings" target="FRAME2" >

... where "target" is used to specify the frame.

This can also be done by linking to one of the listing pages, such as:

< a href="http://www.uburst.com/uDirectory/demo_personal/listings-A.html" target="FRAME2" >

Since uDirectory does not use any "target" when changing categories/performing searches.... the pages will stay within whatever frame it is started up in.
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