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Re-directing access within Frames #2

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James Ingram on April 22, 1999 at 06:57:37:

Worth:
Very worth reading

Technical:
Too technical

Comments:
Martin - I'm struggling with this article.

A named diagram of the 3 window example to begin with would be helpful. I got that working.

But jumping immediately to the 5-WINDOW example to explain the ultimate "back button & IE bug-free version" was too complex for a layperson like myself.

I'm trying to reverse engineer the javascript of this ultimate version to use in a 3 window execution ("index.html - the frameset, nav.html, and contents.html) but I can't get grammer of the script correct. It changes too much from the 3 to 5 frames example for me not to stuff up without a fairly advanced knowledge of javascript. (One particular comma sequence has me flummoxed.)

Is there any way you put up or email the final perfected backhistory-bug free version for a 3-window frameset? Because I'm sure I'm not alone here. And it's a very worthwhile script!!!

Thanks for your fantastic site
James



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