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Charles Siegel 02-19-2006 03:47 PM

Opening a form page and skipping link click
 
Iíve tried to explain this before, let me try again.....

I want to be able to click on a link which takes you directly to a frame
page. The upper part of the frame is the menu for the shopping cart and
has no forms.

The bottom part of the frame is the data page which brings back the data
search from the shopping cart.

For instance you click on marbles from the original link that takes you
to the frame and now you get:

Frame 1: The menu at the top of the page.

Frame 2: Below that is the word marbles which you have to click on to
get to the data.

I want to be able to click on the original link and get the following:

Frame 1: The menu at the top of the page.

Frame 2: Instead of getting the word marbles which you have to click on
to get the data.... I want the bottom frame to eliminate the marble
click link and go directly to the data.

The frame part I know, but the form part Iím not sure. I am currently
using similar form code like this in Frame 2:

<form method=get
action=http://www.marbles.com/store.asp target="_new">

<input type=image src="http://www.marbles.com/marbles.jpg">
<input type=hidden name="SearchType" value="Cat"><input type=hidden
name="Mfg" value="marbles"><input type=hidden name="Action"
Value="FromPage">

</form>

This is very difficult to explain. I hope this is better this time.
Any help would be very much appreciated.

Charlie


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