>Is there a way I can decide where to target my output from server side?
The FRAME asks the web-server for some content, and the server delivers it.
You could, I suppose, tag every line of content with which frame it belongs
That would be sick and twisted, and break on too many browsers.
>suppose my page has two iframes
>! A !! b !
>while executing a script that is called by A can I spawn another script
>that will output to "b"? And no, I cant' use any Jscript, but I do know
>from server side what my target names are (A and b, that is).
But you can maybe achieve the same *EFFECT* like this:
<FRAME NAME=A SRC=a.php?<?=$QUERY_STRING?> ...>
<FRAME NAME=B SRC=b.php?<?=$QUERY_STRING?> ...>
----------- a.php -----------------
<A HREF=whatever.php TARGET="_parent">
Similarly in b.php
The point being that by forcing every link and FORM to go *back* through the
"main" page, and then down into the two sub-frames, you can keep them in
sync with each other.
If an iframe is somehow magically different from a plain old FRAME (they all
suck, so I don't pay attention to them) then I might be wrong.
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