Linking With Frames
Linking with frames is different from linking normally. If you want to link to the frame where the link is in, it is the same as normal. If, however, you are linking to a different page, you have to add 1 line of code.
HTML Source Code
<A HREF="webaddress" TARGET="Main(or whatever you named the frame title you want the link to go to)">whatever you want the viewer to see.</A>
<!-- You have to do this for every link unless you want it to go into the frame which the link is in. You can make as many links as you want. -->
<A HREF="webaddress" TARGET="_top">Words viewer sees</A>
<!-- This gets rid of all of the frames and makes it only one page again. -->
Also, another important thing with linking is how you link back to the original page. Do not put the link back to the original page, instead link to the name of the file you used for the frame.
I.E. When you typed <FRAME SRC="filename.html">, that is the name of the file.