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Author: Subject: 'target' setting not working
elm1430
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posted on 4/28/2008 at 11:48 AM Reply With Quote
'target' setting not working


Using TreeMenu v1.1, freeware

I use a two-column frameset: [toc][doc].
When I link to a local 'file://c/...path.../x.htm' from frame [toc],
x.htm opens in _parent, not frame [doc] as I told it to do:
var tree_tpl = { 'target' : 'doc', ... };

Also, the presence of a link type file:// affects every link in the menu;
i.e, they all open in _parent, even if they're of type http://.

Has anyone else seen this behaviour?
Can someone help me fix this?

Ed
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posted on 4/28/2008 at 04:33 PM Reply With Quote

Links in Tigra (Tree) Menu share all the properties and limitations of regular <a href="..." target="..."> tag.
If you can make it work with the link tag then it will work as well in the menu.
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