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Old April 8th, 2008, 11:13 AM
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Default controlling frames dynamically


my HTML interface consists of two frames: f1 and f2

f1 has a chat interface wherein the user types some queries and gets responses. this page has to be static, should not reload. i use ajax for the chat to go on.

f2 has to display a webpage or URL that is most relevant to the chat thats going on in f1. i have used a search engine to fetch a relevant url. the problem i face is refreshing f2 to display the most current URL.

Can anyone please help me out in solving this problem. Please...

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try to use following refresh code,


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