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 Xtree newbie question, snowman, March 23, 2005
     Re:Xtree newbie question, Emil A Eklund, April 1, 2005

Subject: Re:Xtree newbie question From: Emil A Eklund Date: April 1, 2005
Use the target property.

var node = WebFXTreeItem(...);
node.target = 'rightFrame';
parent.add(node);

Alternatively you could simply add <base target="rightFrame" /> in the head section of document in the left frame, that would cause all links to open in the right frame.

/Emil
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OK, I admit it , I'm a moron.
With that over, can anyone tell this newbie how I can use Xtree as a (html) file browser?
What I want to do is have the tree remain on the left side (in a frame or div) and, when a file is selected from the tree, display it on the right (in a frame or div). I know you're supposed to use the action property to call the uri you want to access. However, it loads the html into the left frame. How do I get it to load into the right one?
Thanks




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