4.4. Targeting Frame Cells

A document can specify that pages referenced by hypertext links be placed in certain frames when selected. To target a particular frame, name the frame cell with the NAME attribute of FRAME; then, the hypertext reference gives a TARGET using that name. Be aware that user-defined names (see Table 4.1 in Section 4.4, “Targeting Frame Cells”) that begin with an underscore are illegal. In the absence of a TARGET attribute, the new document will appear in whatever cell the selected cross-reference is located. If you supply a TARGET that does not yet exist, the designated document is placed in a new browser window and assigned the given name for future reference. Elements that allow a TARGET attribute include A, AREA, BASE ...

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