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What can I do to allow a surfer to break out, if another site has my site FRAMED in?

I am sure from time to time you think you have left a site that is using frames, only to discover that you are still under the control of that site. Let's face it, there are some major control freaks in the world. Here is a way to allow people that reach your site to break free.

Here is all you have to do. Place this little bit of code where a surfer who is trapped can find it. Of course, please feel free to put your domain name in place of mine.


Example

Trapped in a Frame? LIBERATE YOURSELF!

Source

Trapped in a Frame? <A HREF="http://bignosebird.com/" target="_top"> <B>LIBERATE YOURSELF!</B></A>


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