I'm trying to setup a webpage with two frames, a top and a bottom. The top frame has an image that has the IE forward and back bottons saved as images. The bottom can be whatever. The standard IE toolbar will be replaced by my version of it in the topframe.
How can I get this to work?
have you tried window.frames.bottomFrameName.history.go(-1)??
(or just window.frames.history.go(-1)
I just tried the second one and target=bottomframe. I will try your suggestion and let you know if it works.
It seems to be taking me back when I click the icon, but I'm getting a 404 error. I also have another link I found which seems to be taking me back to a certain url.
I have a link that says "back" and when I click on it, it sometimes takes me to a certain url. It is very similiar to the code you meantioned but slightly different.
Last edited by hoffa; April 14th, 2004 at 09:45 AM.
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could u try this way?
:p is translated to a smiley
I disabled it in this post, so it should show up ok now
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Btw, frames and history don't really mix that well on all browsers. And most web designers freak out when you mention frames.
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