Make the main page have this code -
and the link would then need to be targeted at foobar, e.g., <a
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"saf_123" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
news:dag8vn$d6b$1forums.macromedia.com...> Quick question for you...
> I have a link, say, on "page.html":
> <a href="#"
> onClick="window.open('show_which_vessels.asp?Versi onID=1','Vessels','width=300,h
> location=no,directories=no,status=no,menubar=no,sc rollbars=no,copyhistory=no,
> resizable=yes');return false">CLICK HERE</a>
> ... which as you can see opens a small new window for me. It contains the
> "show_which_vessels.asp" page. This page has links on it - I would like
> links to have a base target of the ORIGINAL caller window (page.html).
> How can this be done? I know you have to "nickname" windows, and reference
> using those... but how to get the POPUP knowing its base target is the
> page is something I can't find any tutorials/notes on!
> Thanks! :)