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Creating HTML links in your Web applications

When you create a new Frameset, you are given a predefined set of frameset configurations to choose from. Don't worry - if you don't see what you want, you can change it once the new element is created. You can resize the frames by dragging their borders, and split frames into columns or rows (effectively turning them into framesets) with the click of a button. You can also change properties that control whether frames have visible borders, are resizable, and so forth. To specify the initial content of a frame, you can select a "Named Element" (such as a form or view), enter a URL (or a formula that returns a URL), or paste a link into the frame. TIP: You can use a special linking feature of Domino to create HTML links in your Web applications. To copy a link to the clipboard, select Edit-Copy as Link from the menu, and then select the type of link you want: Anchor Link, Document Link, View Link or Database Link. Now you can paste this link into documents and selected design elements. The link is translated into an HTML link when viewed in a Web browser. To order the book Advanced Domino 5 Web Programming visit

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