in your html's <head> section would do the trick, though it means
the default link method for the entire page will take up the
whole window. Any links that you do not wish to overide the
frames will need a
after the applicable url.
>>I have used the ideas of implementing frames to help hide the
>>source code of an html document, but am having trouble with one
>>caveat: How do you direct the links to open in whole non-frame
>>window instead of in the same frame as where the link resides?
>You cannot hide your html, in order for your site to load up it
>has to see the code...