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    Senior Member kevind_2007's Avatar
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    Does anyone know why at http://www.render-web.com/renderweb.htm when you click on of the links in my nav bar, it doesnt open in the iframe but at http://www.render-web.com/renderweb2.htm it works? Look at the code is what I'm talking about. I'm aware that the "Contact" and "Links" buttons do not work. Thanks for the feedback!
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    It looks to me like
    Code:
    <a target="main_content"
    is missing from your <a> tags on the page that doesn't work correctly. Look again at the differences between the links on the page that works and the ones on the page that doesn't.
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    Senior Member kevind_2007's Avatar
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    AHH! But I could've sworn I put them there! Using the second link (renderweb2) is it acceptable to put <a target="main_content" before the href part? Instead of <a href="site.com" target="main_content"> Is it acceptable to use <a target="main_content" href="site.com"> Plus, where would I put the target at in the 1st link? after the rollover code at the very end of the statement?
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    The actual position of attributes within the tag is of no importance, if I understand what you're asking. You can put it at the beginning, the end, the middle, wherever, so long as it's there.


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