rita, moved this to the correct list... > From: "Rita Wilemon" <RitaWilemon at marioncountyfl.org> > > Does anyone know if you can target a frame using the response.redirect > command? I am using a flash button on an asp page and need to response.redirect is a server-side directive... it works by sending a specific HTTP header to the browser (302, which means the page has moved, as opposed to 200, which means all is well)... the header includes the address of the new location of the page... most browsers will just go to the new address, and it'll be transparent to the user... > recreate a cookie and change one frame in my frameset when flash > button is clicked. Any ideas on how to accomplish this? Am using > Dreamweaver and have tried to create a redirect asp to call when > button clicked to create cookie and redirect only but it seems to take > me out of the frameset entirely. (only option seems to be the parent > on redirect with no reference to the specific frames in frameset) nope... can't do it with a redirect... you can't target that because it comes over in the HTTP headers... i wish i could offer more, but i'm not sure what you're trying to accomplish... does the page you send the user to need to be pulled from the value of the cookie? why can't you just code a URL into the button?