On Friday, March 15, 2002, at 10:27  AM, Analysis & Solutions wrote:

> Now, put all those files on your machine.  Hit index.php and you'll see
> everything normally.  Then, uncomment the header function in left.php or
> right.php and you'll see that page jump out of the frames.  But, turn
> the header on in index.php or index2.php and you'll still be in the
> frames.

Is this because the frame of the _top page needs to be a child of the 
"parent" _top page?  That is to say, if the frameset is not created by a 
particular page "A" then the pages with the header() function do not 
consider page "A" to be their _top ?

Good example.



Erik Price
Web Developer Temp
Media Lab, H.H. Brown

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