Our Webhelp runs within a frame set. The lower frame displays
a copyright note and the upper frame (named, say, abc) displays the
actual webhelp - no problem so far.
The problems arise when I try to reference the webhelp in toc
entries. When I include target="_top" then all is fine, except of
course that the lower frame dissappears and the webhelp is displayd
on top level which I dont want. But when I include target ="abc"
(or whatever the frame name is) then the target attribute is simply
ignored by the webhelp script. BUT, if I include target ="def" - an
undefined frame name - then a new browser window is opened
correctly. The target attribute is only ignored when is addresses
an EXISTING frame name.
Why not include the copyright note into the top-right frame
of RoboHelp by the "Powered By" - or try what we do and have the
copyright info as part of the "Powered By" pop-up (we changed the
name to "About IRIS" where IRIS is the project name).