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Posted by: Support Staff
Posted on: Apr 17th, 2003, 4:33pm
Michael wrote: >>> I've been trying to create a web site using frames and "pop-ups". Everything works fine when I test in "Preview Mode". But when I publish to the Web or export to my hard drive I get an "Error on Page" message when I click a link that should produce a "pop-up". If I don't use frames the "pop-ups" work fine. >>>
*Simple solution*: just set the frame that links to the popup as "master" frame. To do this, use "Format >Advanced frame set manager", then click the selected frame and, on the left, check the "master" radio button.
Then verify that this frame is the only "master" frame (click the other frames and verify that "master" is not selected for them).
Then press "Ok".
Now you will notice that the frame content is changed. Maybe it is empty. Browse the hypertext with CTRL + and CTRL - until you find the previous frame content. Then copy and paste this content to the new master frame.
To always use a "master frame" is a good design practize. The "master frame" is the only frame shown on certain palmtop and on TV set top box, and also the one indexed by search engines.