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Point link target to iframe

Thread began 9/04/2010 5:35 pm by Miguel | Last modified 9/07/2010 10:33 pm by Miguel | 2380 views | 4 replies |

Miguel

Point link target to iframe

Hello im making a series of graphs wich are small and i want to link them to a general page inside an iframe where i have them big, im using the point link to link them to another page, but how can i target them to a specific frame or iframe?

<value><?php echo($row_WADWCplanes_prod['YVALUE']); ?></value><pointlink>stat_min_price.php</pointlink>

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anonymous

Sades,

The best way to do would be to use a a hyperlink and target the actual frame.

Let's say you have two frames on your page - one that is Small and one that is Big. Make sure you add the name attribute to your frames - for this example - name the small one "Small" and the big one "Big".

Then just make your hyperlink as such:

<a href="samepage.htm" target="Big">Hyperlink text or image here</a>

Just make sure if you are staying on the same page that you define the same page in the href attribute or use "#" instead.

Regards,

Brian

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Miguel

Hello sojo i mean in dynamic web charts that code is for html, on webcharts we have something to make each node of the grafic be able to link using

<pointlink>file.extension</pointlink>

the one you placed here

  <a href="samepage.htm" target="Big">Hyperlink text or image here</a>  

does not work cause remeber its a link inside the flash chart with the pointlink comand inside the xml is the way to go but i have tried

html:
<pointlink target="framename">file.extension</pointlink>

with no luck guess ill have to download the open chart and modify the fla they give

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Dynamic Flash charts does not support passing a target attribute with the link.

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Miguel

ok thank you for the response guess ill have to figure a difrent way

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