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Chapter 13. Framing Pages > Testing Your Targets

Testing Your Targets

It's vitally important, more so than with almost any other kind of Web page, that you test every link on your frames-based pages. You need to make sure that the links open where you think you told them to open. Targets can be tricky—they don't need to be difficult, but they absolutely must be done correctly if you don't want to drive your visitors away for good. Figure 13.63 shows the evil recursive frame problem: A link to the entire frameset was accidentally targeted to open in one of the frames.

Figure 13.63. A misplaced target can be ugly, at best. Here, we see a recursive frameset—a link to the entire frameset was accidentally targeted to open in the top, center frame.



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