Breaking Out of Framesgreenspun.com : LUSENET : B&W Photo: URL Review : One Thread
The first post made me aware that if you link to a url from within a message on this forums, it opens up in this frame--the info in the top frame from B&W World stays so it seems the outside URL is part of B&W World! Quite annoying.
I'll see if I can get that changed. In the meantime, the best thing to do when following a link within a posting is to right-click (on a pc) or click-hold (on a mac) until you see an option menu come up, then choose "open this frame in new browser" option.
Sorry for the inconvenience!
-- Mason Resnick (email@example.com), December 22, 1998
Alternately, when entering the html for the link, include a "target=_top" within the tag, as in <a target="_top" href=http://darkroomsource.com/>http://DarkroomSource.com/<a 62; If I've done this right, it will break you out of the frame when you visit my site.
-- Andy Hughes (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 04, 1999.
Oops! the last sequence there has # & 6 2 ; and it should be a greater than sign like this </a> (i put the # before the & instead of after, sorry)
-- Andy Hughes (email@example.com), January 13, 1999.