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Urgent Help- How to call an external URL information

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I am developing an application in webdynpro and it needs some header/footer information, for which i have some urls, when i tried using iframes,placing them on top and bottom, i can view them, howoever, they have some hyperlinks, which on clicking goes inside the frames, how to show them or bring them inside the main page itself ? its very urgent, please help me out

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2005 at 05:57 PM

    Hi Pran

    Yes, i did tried making a jsp page with three frame, header,mainbody,footer. But here the header source is a url,which i am calling from a different web application. The main issue is the header url has hyperlinks, which on clicking goes inside the header frame. I am not able to show the hyperlink page in the main page itself. i think you are getting my issue ? if not please let me know ?thanks for your help

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      Hi Sathya

      You can specify a name for the Frameset using the name attribute for the <frameset> tag. And in the link you can specify this name as value for the target attribute. There is an example in the link I posted.

      Roughly it should look something like this.

      <frameset name="fthis" ..... />

      <a href="somelink" target="fthis"/>

      I didnt check for the exact syntax.

      Regards

      Pran

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2005 at 01:18 AM

    Hi Sathya

    Read through this link..

    http://www.w3.org/TR/WD-html40-970708/present/frames.html

    Specially read the section about

    <b>Specifying target frame information</b>

    Regards

    Pran

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