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My JavaScript is a little rusty, but try adding "return true;" to the end of your javascript: line.

<a href="javascript:JSGotoRightFrame('/cgi-bin/ +k=getClassInfo&uid=$uid&classid=$temp'); return true;">$subject $clas +snumber</a>

If this works, let us know. If not, I'll go and dust off my JS book and take a look for you. (Also, you should use="quotes" to set an attribute such as HREF in an anchor tag. It's better HTML that way, and is a start on the path of monkly righteousness.)

John J Reiser

In reply to Re: (nrd) Perl + Frames + JavaScript by newrisedesigns
in thread Perl + Frames + JavaScript by Anonymous Monk

Use:  <p> text here (a paragraph) </p>
and:  <code> code here </code>
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