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    Question About frames...

    If i have two frames - main frame and a secondery frame - how can i make the main frame tell the secondary frame firstly to open a URL in the secondery frame and then to enter a link[that is located in the opened URL] in the secondery frame, so that it will be counted as if i entered that "link" THROUGH the firstly opened URL ,not by itself ???
    Last edited by thenetfreaker; 12-06-2003 at 07:38 AM.

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    In Main Frame <a href="###.htm" target="_parent">

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    and this should enter two websites, "###.htm" through "_parent" ?
    Last edited by thenetfreaker; 12-06-2003 at 07:39 AM.

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    Hi!

    The intention here seems to be the same like in your thread in the js forum. Like Gollum stated in the other thread, you cannot achieve what you want with js or HTML.

    Either you deal with Gollum's VB suggestion or something in a different language or better give up.

    It doesn't matter whether you are dealing with frames (this thread) or parent and popup window (the other thread).

    Anyway - good luck!

    Cheers - Pit

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    two websites what you mean?

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    Hi!

    originally posted to the js forum by thenetfreaker:
    ...but what if u want to make a script that will automatically open a page[i dont even care if it will be opened in a popup] and enter another page[so that this "other pager" will see that i entered it through a specific website and not just by itself]
    my conclusion, also posted there:
    I see: you wanna hack some file(s) or directory(s) to which you don't have access if not coming from a certain page. ...
    And I'm sure, my conclusion was correct:

    thenetfreaker wants a script, that opens an url (in a frame or parent window) and then have a link on that site opened (in a different frame or a popup), so that the url linked to "believes" thenetfreaker came from url 1...

    Cheers - Pit

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    o rite i see no not possible with html or js as pittiman pointed out

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    Maybe it's just me... but I totally did not get that.

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