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    How do I have my formscript show the requested secure page apear in the right frame instead of popping up this page in a new window. I tried to fix it by writing " target=top" into the script line. Doesn't work !! I am getting really crazy about it. Somebody knows what to do? You'll earn a very big thank form Manfred from Holland in advance!

    ENDIF;
    PRINT "<html>";
    PRINT "<head>";
    IF ($number==1):
    PRINT "<META HTTP-EQUIV="Refresh" CONTENT="0; URL=http://$login:$password@www.company.com/secure/pricelist.htm "target=top"">";
    PRINT "<title>company.com</title>";
    PRINT "</head>";
    PRINT "<body>";
    ELSE:
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    I dunno about this.. would you like to try,


    PRINT "<META HTTP-EQUIV="Refresh" CONTENT="0"; URL="http://$login:$password@www.company.com/secure/pricelist.htm" target="top"">";


    hmm.. kindof messy don't ya think? hehehe... you should close the php tags instead.. that's what php is different to perl.


    ?>

    <META HTTP-EQUIV="Refresh" CONTENT="0"; URL="http://
    <? print "$login:$password"; ?>@www.company.com/secure/pricelist.htm" target="top">

    <?

    but that's just my preferred way.. good luck with it.. =)

    scoobydoo

    [This message has been edited by scoobydoo (edited June 12, 2000).]

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