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    Keeping frameset popup in front

    I have a brief followup question to my recent posting:

    http://www.codingforums.com/showthre...threadid=33162

    Here's the scenario: I need a small popup window to stay in front of the larger parent window. What makes this difficult for me to figure out is that the small popup is a frameset, and therefore I do not have a body tag to add the usual <body onblur="self.focus();"> or <body onLoad="focus();">.

    The coding for both the frameset popup and the snippet which launches that popup (in the parent) is in the 3rd reply at the thread referenced above, so if anyone has any suggestion I'd be appreciative. Thanks.....
    Reno CF

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    <frameset onload="top.focus()">
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    Thanks very much glenngv. For my purposes I needed to use
    <frameset onblur="self.focus();"> -- I appreciate you pointing me in the right direction...
    Reno CF


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