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Re: help with frames

From: <Kenneth.Holmlund@tp.umu.se>
Date: Fri, 9 Feb 1996 16:47:38 +0100 (MET)
Message-Id: <199602091547.QAA15477@minerva.tp.umu.se>
To: www-html@w3.org
> Oh great HTML god, show me the way!!
That's definately not me..
> Lets say that I have two frames (we'll call them A and B) that are 
> oriented side by side. Frame A is the menu frame and the TARGET output 
> is Frame B. The HTML Pages that are called up into Frame B (from my 
> directory) have links to other sites. When I click on one of those 
> links, it puts the site Home Page into Frame B. What I want to know is:
> How would I set up a "back" pointer so that it goes back to my last HTML 
> page that was in frame B? By the way, frame B could have any one of a 
> number of my HTML pages in it that called up the remote HTML page!
> Mark Stettler
Currently the only way I know of is to use Javascript for this.
Check http://proto.netscape.com/ for some ideas. If you search
for javascript there you'll actually find precisely
such an example. There are also javascript examples available
at http://www.gamelan.com/
To get most out of the above mentioned sites you should probably
use a recent version of Netscape2 (the official 2.0 has just been released).

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