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mkyzar - 5/29/2007 at 03:07 PM

Will someone please post an example of this? I'm not sure I understand it.

If framesets are nested (one of the frames contains html document with frames) then frame is referenced with parent and own name separated by a dot (.).

tigra - 5/29/2007 at 05:10 PM

just add core menu files

mkyzar - 5/29/2007 at 05:46 PM

Thank you. That makes sense now. I have another question, though. I am using TMG as the main navagation on my site. For the most part, my site it as such ['a', 'b'] and the frame overlapping works perfectly. However, there are a few applications within my site that contain frames of their own and the page becomes:

When I place the initialization in 'a' I get an error where the menu loads but the menu items will not expand. I get "this.TM7[...][...] is null or not an object. Am I initializing it in the wrong place?

Thank you for all your help.

tigra - 5/30/2007 at 03:46 AM

you'll need different copies of the document in frame "a": one for frameset with nested frames and one without. Most likely you'll need to reload top level frameset to update frame a and load subframeset at the same time.

mkyzar - 5/31/2007 at 03:05 PM

Is there a way to refresh the frameset and keep the content that is supposed to be in it? When I refresh my frameset it goes back to the opening page.

tigra - 5/31/2007 at 07:23 PM

Create a copy of the top level document with the document URLs you want to load upon the refresh. When need a refresh redirect the top level window to that document. It is also possible to create the frameset that accepts the URLs of the documents as parameters so you don't need to create separate top level frameset for every combination.

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