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can anybody help me with a javascript

if a user clicked on one of my links in a frameset, after the page has opend and activated i want that link to be dead

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Javascript - Dead links

I'll warn you now - answering this question will not help me in any way answer yours, but it might help someone else.

What do you mean by 'dead'?

You know you're a geek when you try to shoo a fly away from the monitor with your cursor.

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Javascript - Dead links

I mean once you click on a link in a left frameset. The page in now active and link link is no longera link it is only text, then once you click on another link the links then become active and the active page link will not be.

If you know wot i mean?
I know it can be done with javascript, because my webpage development techer said it can be done
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Javascript - Dead links

you could swap layers. ie-

onClick="document.getElementById('thelink').style.visibility=hidden ;

and just have a "dead" layer underneath.

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