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How to change two or more frames at the same time by unicorn11
Posted: 16 May 01

The simplest way to change two or more frames in one go at the same time is by using javascript

<script language="JavaScript">
function toped(holed) {

 var tested = holed
 parent.topFrame.location= tested


please substitute topframe with the framename of your choise

The following script can be used to change one frame and the second one is done by the traditional way using the link like below and the onClick is used to change the second frame

<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2"><a href="exp_network.htm" onClick="toped('tn_projects.htm')">Projects</a>

Hope this is helpfull -

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