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    Javascript Function: Target content of 2 Frames...

    Hello,
    I'm brand spankin new to the world of Javascript. A lot of it is familiar because of my experience with Actionscript but still not up to par by any means. I've created an HTML page with a quite rediculous amount of frames involved and I just need to create a function for a button that would target and change the content of two different frames on one click. Also, would I place this function in the HTML page of the button, or the HTML page for the frameset? Thanks for any help...
    |Chris
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    just put the action 2 times in the button, one for each target:
    Code:
    on(release) {
    getURL("page1.htm","frame1");
    getURL("page1.htm","frame2");
    }
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    I'm actually not using Flash, it's all straight HTML, otherwise it would be easy. Maybe this is the wrong place to ask this question but I know this board is awesome and I don't know of any like this for Javascript...thanks anyway...
    |Chris
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    figured it out, thanks...
    |Chris
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    try devguru.com or webmonkey.com

    they both have a lotta javascript resources, or even htmlgoodies.com and w3schools.com
    cheers,
    reza ryan naghibi

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