On Wed, Mar 13, 2002 at 03:52:42PM -0500, Erik Price wrote:
> On Wednesday, March 13, 2002, at 03:15  PM, Ben Cheng wrote:
> >However, I don't want the redirection to take place just within that 
> >frame
> >set.  I want the page that it redirects to to cover over the frame.  Is 
> >this
> >possible?
> Hm... I don't think that frames were ever intended to be manipulated at 
> the level of headers!

Weird.  This is the third time this question has been asked and answered
in the past couple days...

Put the following in before your header('Location: ...') call 
something along the lines of...
  header('Window-target: _top');

  header('Window-target: _blank');

Does that do what you want?


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