> > > oh yes i've got your point, but i've tried what you've told us before
> > > still it does not redirect to cover over the frame page.
> > Ah, yes, that'd be a problem... :)
> > I knew what I said worked because I use it to get my pages to break out
> > of About.com's frames. <aside>Man, the audacity of those folks...
> > framing up my content in their ads.</aside>
> > In the headers of all of my pages, I send out
> > header('Window-target: _top');
> > Now, doing some testing of why it didn't work for you I found that it
> > only works when pages with that header are one of the pages requested by
> > the initial frameset. If header is sent out from a page which is
> > requested once the main frameset is constructed, the header doesn't
> > work.
What do you mean? could give us some simple script sample to visualize
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