That would require the use of frames and your site was not designed with frames in mind. If not setup correctly they can make a site look like garbage and that gets annoying.Got a quick question, how can I open link from my webpage, but keep the person at my "site"?
I've seen this done via frames whereby you click on the link and it opens it up in the frame of the website.
Not so much interested in opening it in a seperate window, I know how to do that...target "open blank" or some such thing...
<HTML> <HEAD> <TITLE>Frames Example 5</TITLE> </HEAD> <FRAMESET cols="20%,80%"> <FRAME SRC="10frame.htm" name="left_frame"> <FRAME SRC="11frame.htm" name="right_frame"> <NOFRAMES> Sorry, you cannot view this page because your browser does not support frames.... If you would like to view frames, you will need netscape 2.02 or better or internet explorer 3.0 or better. Click <A HREF="frame2.htm">here</A> to go back to the frames tutorial. </NOFRAMES> </FRAMESET> </HTML>