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    BigMac
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    I have a site built on frames, and I would like to make sure that if people visit a page after i.e. getting a link to it from a search engine, the page will be opened in the frameset I meant for them to belong to, and not as a "stand-alone" page.
    Is there a javascript-way to do this?
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    Bjoern
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    Hi BigMac!

    You could check the location of the topframe (wich should be your frameset-page). If the url is different you could set it to your frameset-page.
    Code could look something like this:
    if (top.document.location != whatever_url.htm)
    {
    top.document.location = whatever_url.htm
    }

    regards
    Bjoern

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