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Hi - several of my back issues have HTML docs that link to one another - how do I do that without loading the sidebar a second time into the page - if I use the full URL, that's what happens (so in essence the page with sidebar is loaded into the left-hand frame, so the sidebar shows twice).
i.e. I want to link our publishing guide to our bookstores guide - the publishing guide has a link to the bookstores doc but using the URL for the bookstore doc ("http://www.thirdspace.ca/journal/article/view/124/71") gives me that replication of the sidebar.
What I'd like is to have clean link between docs in the same issue, as well as links between docs in different issues. I tried the technical reference but I think my brain fried from marking and can't make it make sense. Help?
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You need to add target="_parent" into your link, e.g.:
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<a href="some-url-here" target="_parent">Link Here</a>
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