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    Now that you have the script on both pages, you have no link on either page that uses it.
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    I just checked. the first one does. it says "YourLinkText." i havent bothered to change the text yet. But it is copied char by char. it is all there the way i want it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Masterskinnie View Post
    it is all there the way i want it.
    So, this means that you are happy now?

    I mean:

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    <p class=MsoNormal><a href="econ.htm" onfocus="this.blur()">YourLinkText</a> </p>
    Makes no mention of the function NewWindow(mypage,myname,w,h,scroll,pos).
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    I guess i got a little lost in words. I mean it was all copied the way it was to the places i wanted it. That is odd. I replaced about a hundred different times. Why is it like that? I guess Windows is very stupid. Guess Word isn't any better an editor than frontpage.

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    Actually FP is better than Word but, for scripts especially, Notepad is best. In fact, Notepad is really pretty good for everything. You can view your results in the browsers. Use at least two. I suggest FF and IE.
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