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Default cross frames with javascript drop-down menu

I am looking for a solution to allow me to cross frames with my existing code?

I have a menu bar at the top of my asp page:

 <tr bordercolor="#AEBDE5">
          <td width="128" align="center" style="border:1px solid #999999;cursor:hand;background-color:#003366;text-align:center" onclick="parent.main.location.href='airbook.asp';" onmouseover="fadeImgend2(0)" onmouseout="fadeImg2(0)">Flights</td>
          <td width="128" align="center" style="border:1px solid #999999;cursor:hand;background-color:#003366;text-align:center" onclick="parent.main.location.href='bookings.asp'; " onmouseover="fadeImgend2(1)" onmouseout="fadeImg2(1)">Bookings</td>
          <td width="128" align="center" style="border:1px solid #999999;cursor:hand;background-color:#003366;text-align:center" onclick="parent.main.location.href='admin_login_fo rm.asp';" onmouseover="fadeImgend2(2)" onmouseout="fadeImg2(2)">Admin</td>
          <td width="129" align="center" style="border:1px solid #999999;cursor:hand;background-color:#003366;text-align:center" onclick="return dropdownmenu(this, event, menu2, '200px');" onmouseover="fadeImgend2(3)" onmouseout="fadeImg2(3);delayhidemenu();" target="_parent">Help</td>
          <td width="129" align="center" style="border:1px solid #999999;cursor:hand;background-color:#003366;text-align:center" onclick="parent.location.href='logout.asp?logOut=t rue';" onmouseover="fadeImgend2(4)" onmouseout="fadeImg2(4)">Logout</td>
        </tr>

My problem is when i click 'HELP' the javascript drop-down menu does not go into the next frame. it just cuts off.

how do i stop this? is there a parameter? or is it a new piece of code required?

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