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Hiya, i know this is going to sound like childs play for all you experianced programers out there, but im new and alot of this is greek to me, but im trying. What im trying to do is make a multi frame site change two frames at the same time, i have a basic menu one i like made with gifs as the images for the links. the problem im having it having the menu refresh to the base menu from an open tree menu while at the same time changing the main windows contents (eg. i have a menu open on the left with one like open to a multi line image with several links, above this like is a home button, i want to be able to click the home button and have the menu colapse to the basic menu as well as opening the main window to the home page) if that made any sense. drop me a line and i will try to explain better.

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Try doing something like this:

Code:
function navigateHome() {

    top.frames["mainFrame"].location.href = "home.htm";
    top.frames["navFrame"].locaiton.href = "topmenu.htm";
}
Then in your link, do this:

Code:
<a href="javascript:navigateHome()">Home</a>
Hope this helps.


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