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My dynamically created links wont open in Netscape..

My dynamically created links wont open in Netscape..

My dynamically created links wont open in Netscape..

I've been working on my script for a while now without considering the Netscape users out there and would like to accommodate. I tested it with Netscape and it seems that my links do not reference the correct frame, instead they open the page in a new browser. The frame that contains the menu of links has to be CGI created but because it is a dynamically created page, Netscape will not open the page that the link references in the correct frame. I know this to be the problem because if I load a static page of links in the frame, they open in the correct frame. Only with the script created page that the links do not reference correctly. I might have repeated myself here, but I'm having trouble putting it into words.

I hope this question isn't too specific of a problem. It sure looks like it after reading it, but if anyone can help, my gratitude would exceed the limits of rand(100000000)


RE: My dynamically created links wont open in Netscape..

Could you post an example of the code you use to create the links?

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