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    Junior Member kyle-kun's Avatar
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    my navigation menu has a java applet in it and it's in a sidemenu frame in a frameset. i need it to link to the frame titled "view". but every time i click on the link, it just open to a whole new page ignoring the frameset completely. need help soon. plz & thank you.

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    i've given it a name "view". but the link isn't an <a href=""> it's in an applet with a <param name=link value="link.html">

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    Java applets are run the Java VM. The applet is therefore not bound to the context of your frameset, and is looking for a window named "view" in its context. Since there is none, it's opening the link in a new window, which it is naming "view" for future reference. I don't know how you can solve your problem, unfortunately.

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    Junior Member kyle-kun's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by smoseley
    Java applets are run the Java VM. The applet is therefore not bound to the context of your frameset, and is looking for a window named "view" in its context. Since there is none, it's opening the link in a new window, which it is naming "view" for future reference. I don't know how you can solve your problem, unfortunately.
    well, i get it now. thx for at least locating the problem for me.


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