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FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions about CGI Programming
Section - 3.15 Can I write output to a different Netscape frame?

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Yep.   The fact you're using CGI makes no difference: use
"target=" in your links as usual.   Alternatively, the script
can print a "Window-target:" header.   Read Netscape's pages
for detail: these answer all the questions about things like
"getting rid of" or "breaking out of" frames, too.


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