Topic: So in a frameset I cant use target=_self?

Hi -
Do I understand correctly from reading some other posts that because my multigallery is in a frameset the links will only open in a new window? Theres no way to make target="_self" work ?  :-(
Likewise there is no use trying to target the frame by its name with target="_myframe" ?

I guess not as I have tried both with numerous variations and it keeps loading in a new window...

Is there any work around at all ?

Will this be fixed in the next release?

Thanks
Dan Vantari

Last edited by Firebird (2009-09-30 04:39:37)

Re: So in a frameset I cant use target=_self?

I have not played with framesets since the late 90s, but the docs do say "You can enter the name of a specific window". Are you using the Pro version? Did you try clearing your cache after you made the change? Have you tried  _top or _parent?

The browser window or HTML frame in which to open links. You can enter the name of a specific window or use one of the following values:

    * "_self" specifies the current frame in the current window.
    * "_blank" specifies a new window.
    * "_parent" specifies the parent of the current frame.
    * "_top" specifies the top-level frame in the current window.

http://www.simpleviewer.net/tiltviewer/ … s.html#pro

Mike Richards
SimpleViewer Support Team.

Re: So in a frameset I cant use target=_self?

Hi - thanks for your reply but I have tried everything multiple times and nothing stops Tiltveiwer pro from opening the links in a new tab/window.    :-(