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Chapter 7. Frames > Targeting Links

7.6. Targeting Links

Normally, when you click a link, the Web browser replaces the current page with a new Web page, so that the entire browser window changes. But a browser treats each frame as an independent window, which offers some interesting and unique possibilities for linking. Clicking a link on a page merely replaces the contents of that frame, leaving the other frames in place.

Using the Target property of a link, you can choose, or target, which frame you want the linked Web page to load in. This option is extremely handy when you use one frame as a navigation bar whose links load pages into other frames.


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