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Troubleshooting

A common source of misbehavior in FrontPage-generated frames is setting an incorrect default target frame. Remember that the default target frame is a page property that specifies the frame where the links in that page display their destination pages. If this property refers to a nonexistent target frame, the link's destination page shows up in a new browser window. If it refers to an existing but incorrect frame, the page appears where you don't want it.

Similarly, setting a hyperlink's target frame (using the Edit Hyperlink dialog box) so that it references a nonexistent frame also forces the link's destination page to open in a new browser window. In general, if your frames are behaving badly, begin troubleshooting by checking for errors in the target frame name (in the Hyperlink dialog box) or the default target frame name (in the Page Properties dialog box).


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