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Change the frame targeted by a hyperlink

On frames pages that you create by using templates in Microsoft Expression Web, the target frames are already set up for you. You can change the default target frame so that when a site visitor clicks on a hyperlink, a new browser window opens, or the page opens in one of the frames.

  1. In Design view, select the text or picture that you are using as a hyperlink, and then click Insert Hyperlink.

  2. In the Edit Hyperlink dialog box, click Target Frame, and then do one of the following:

    • To choose a target frame within your frames page, in the Target Frame dialog box, the Current frames page area shows a map of your frames page. Click in the frame you would like to set as the target frame.

    • To choose a target frame either within your frames page or outside of it, in the Target Frame dialog box, the Common targets area gives you several target frame options. Click one of the options to select a target frame.

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