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Default hide the <div>

I have this div inside frame2.

Code:
<div id="warning">
<tr>
<td>
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</td>
</tr>
</div>
When i click a checkbox in frame1, how can i hide the warning div?

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Assuming that the frame has a name="frame2" in it then this should do it:

onclick="top./frames['frame2']document.getElementById('warning').style.display=' none';

But if it works at all it will probably be for IE only because the code is invalid and standards compliant browsers will not have a clue what you are referring to no matter how you approach it.



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