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    Default About a thing i can't find out.. :-(

    Can I set a link to open two sites in one click???

    Plz! HELP! ME! :!:

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    Javascript, maybe? I don't think you can do it with plain old HTML, anyway.

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    Do you have any links..? I relly need this

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    just google this: "free"+"java script" or something... Its hundreds of free java pages out there....

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    Maybe you ought to set the third pop-up to open on event display of the second pop-up. havent tried this, so i'm not too sure.

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    i've tried searching for something similar to that in the past..and unfortunately had no luck! sorry..

    you could always try loading a pop-up script into the first window that opens though.

    just search for 'free javascript codes' or something like that in google.. should do the trick!

    good luck

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    Code:
    <a target="I2" href="left.html" onclick="window.open('home.html')"
    This code opens home in a new window. I want it to open in a frame called "I1" but how ? look at my site, it's the right frame

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    Hmm. I no longer have the code, but at one point I designed a simple javascript that opened a window onclick to get around the lack of the target attribute in XHTML. With some logical changes, I think you could set it to perform multiple actions on the same event. When it comes to javascript, though, I'm no expert; I'm more of a script kiddy who likes experimenting. Maybe someone who's better at it can come up with something from this idea.

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    Default I found out.. :-)

    I find this script
    Code:
    Click here
    I'm happy now :D :D Thanks for helping me anyway!

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