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Old February 22nd, 2007, 03:16 AM
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Default How to set one frame src from other frame

I am using Asp.net with C#. I am new with asp.net 2.0 .
First I faced a problem how to create frameset.
I solve a problem as create a table and in every <td> create <iframe> .
Now my problem is this when a linkButton or hyperlink clicked on one frame. I want it's link page open in other frame src.
Ok! help me to solve this problem.

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You need to do something in javascript like parent.frames[n].location.href='page';

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You may create a frameset (a .htm file) and in the <head> </head>
        <frame name="f1" src="abc.aspx">
        <frame name="f2" src="...">


now if you need to have the respone in frame2, when clicked a link in abc.aspx of frame1,
just goto the DESIGN>HTML TAB add this line in the <head> </head> section
<base target="f2">
that will work.
you will have a good guidance if you are working in VS.net, you can create there a frame set, and goto html view of the frame set page. you will find some guidance.

But using framesets is not recomended in strict html. frame set has some problems.

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