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  1. That product looks great! I will check that out for sure. FYI, in creating my own hyperlinks as suggested, I have found where the option is to change the taget frame (I missed it the 324587 other times I looked). If anyone has this problem, right click on the problem page and choose "page properties." Four lines down there's "default target frame" - it looks grayed out (which is why I never saw it), but click the box to the right. This is where you can either pick "same frame" or "new window"... Thanks for everyone's help! I had no idea what frames or tagets were before this!!
  2. Do you suggest I scratch the automatically-generated navigation buttons? Maybe I should just create my own links...
  3. When I created the links, it was all automatic - I chose to insert a navigation bar with links to child pages or same level pages or whatever, and FrontPage made all the hyperlinks for me. Here is the scripting for a page that opens the links listed on it into another browser window (see below). My website is robandcob.com - for instance, when you choose "Photos" from the homepage it opens that one okay, but when you choose "2005 Photos" from there, it opens another browser window. To my knowledge, I did nothing differently. Do you see anything here? <html> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=windows-1252"> <meta name="GENERATOR" content="Microsoft FrontPage 4.0"> <meta name="ProgId" content="FrontPage.Editor.Document"> <title>Photos</title> <base target="rtop"> <meta name="Microsoft Theme" content="copy-of-travel 011, default"> </head> <body> <p><!--webbot bot="Navigation" S-Type="banner" S-Rendering S-Orientation B-Include-Home B-Include-Up U-Page S-Target --> </p> <p><!--webbot bot="Navigation" S-Type="children" S-Orientation="horizontal" S-Rendering="graphics" B-Include-Home="TRUE" B-Include-Up="TRUE" U-Page S-Target --> </p> <p><b><font color="#99CC66">2005</font></b> - A selection of pictures from this year</p> <p><b><font color="#99CC66">Previous Years</font></b> - Photos dating back to our wedding in 2001</p> <p><b><font color="#99CC66">Our Critters</font></b> - Meet Orange, Gray, and other fuzzy and scaly critters</p> <p><font color="#99CC66"><b>The Early Years</b></font> - Photos dating back to pre-wedding bliss</p> </body> </html>
  4. Thanks for the welcome! Should I be looking for "TARGET" on the original page or the page I'm linking to? When I search "taget" on the HTML screen, these are the only hits I get: Original page: <base target="rtop"> Both pages: <p><!--webbot bot="Navigation" S-Type="banner" S-Rendering S-Orientation B-Include-Home B-Include-Up U-Page S-Target --> </p> <p><!--webbot bot="Navigation" S-Type="children" S-Orientation="horizontal" S-Rendering="graphics" B-Include-Home="TRUE" B-Include-Up="TRUE" U-Page S-Target --> (these two above are for the page banner and the navigation bar I added to both pages - it's a FrontPage generated theme) Can I add a target scripting in there somewhere? I'm so new at this - it's so confusing!!
  5. When viewing my website on IE, some of my buttons leading to different pages actually pull up a separate widow, so by the time you've looked through a couple of different pages on my site, there's about 6 browser windows open! Some links aren't doing it, some are. I can't find any differences b/t these pages, and I can't find any guidance through FrontPage help. Does anyone know where I'm going wrong??
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