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  1. #1
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    Default Blank, Self, Parent or Top?

    Hey all,

    Been battling a bit in BV to get the pages to link together in a way that when someone clicks on an internal link, say going from Home to an internal link, that the page would open up linked to the old page, i.e. that once the internal link page has been looked at, you just hit Go Back One Page and return to the Home page (in other words, the pages are all linked together).

    I know the key to this is in Navigation Bar properties, then the Edit button, under Target. You're presented with 4 options: Blank, Self, Parent or Top. Only problem is, none of these styles or formats are explained anywhere, at least not as far as I know. I first put in Blank, but that seemed to open up an entirely *new* page - not what I want. Then I tried Self, but it seemed to only partially work.

    So could someone explain this? Thanks in advance,

    Will

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    Default Re: Blank, Self, Parent or Top?

    "_self" - open link in the same window
    "_blank" - open link in the new window
    "_parent" - will load the linked document where the inner frameset file had been
    "_top" - loads the linked document in the topmost frame

    Best with BV to leave the field with no text in it as the BV defalt is self.

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    Default Re: Blank, Self, Parent or Top?

    Thanks Chris!

    Just gone thru and laboriously changed all the 'blanks' to 'self', lol.


    Will
    A manual to help small-business owners . http://www.entrepreneurshipz.com

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    Arrow Re: Blank, Self, Parent or Top?

    Leave the "Target" field empty just as it first appears by default .....

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