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Author: Subject: just purchased tigra pro amongst others ... frame help needed !
belindadunn
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posted on 4/5/2003 at 04:16 PM Reply With Quote
just purchased tigra pro amongst others ... frame help needed !


I can edit all the menu attributes easily but I cannot find help anywhere on how you are supposed to assign a frame to any of the htms you list on your menu.

for instance, on my menu I have an inline frame on the page that I want all the links to open into .... how do I do this?

Also for another time I really need to know how to make the menus open in new windows, parent frames etc etc. I purchased this for this information specifically and am very disappointed that it does not seem to list this info anywhere.

Does anyone know how to do this ... which js file do we edit and where?

I have the registered version, just need to know which js file to edit please and whereabouts to edit it !
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belindadunn
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posted on 4/5/2003 at 07:17 PM Reply With Quote
done it now thanks !!


ooh how slow am I !!! sorted !!
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