This button opens a new window where you can control its properties (scrollbars, size, status...). To do that, answer yes or no, or change the numbers. You can also make the window open to a link or a file.
Put this part in the
part of your document.
Now put this part in the body of your document. >
Now change the e-mail address
and subject. If you want to add another box, just insert this line
<input type="text" name="ANY NAME" value="" size=50><br>
You can also change the size of the forms by changing the numbers where it says "size="
Put this in your
Now put these lines somewhere in your body.
Just copy this short line and change the link location and the button description.
Link Button Frames
Copy this line and change the link location, the button description, and the FRAME TARGET NAME to the name of the frame that you want the link to go.
Back And Forward Buttons
Now put this code anywhere you want the buttons to go. You can also change what the buttons say by replacing "BACK" and "FORWARD" with whatever you want.
Here's any easy way to use the back and forward buttons in frames. These buttons have to go into another frame other than the main frame, they won't work without frames! A working example is down in the lower left hand corner. Just copy this code and change FRAME TARGET NAME to the name of the frame that you want to go back and forward.
Here's the source code,
(This will view the menu on the left side.)
Here's the code, all you need to do is to change the FRAME TARGET NAME.
(This reloads the entire window.)
Just copy this line of code.
(This will only reload the counter in the
Just copy this line and change the FRAME TARGET NAME.
Click this button to goto your browser home page (Only works in Netscape 4).
Put this code wherever you want the button to go in your page.
Click the button to print this page (Only works in Netscape 4).