DesignSmarts: Got Flash? If Not, Your Online Business Could Be Suffering!

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Web Source Web Design Tips - Reload A Window With A Button or Link

Written by Shelley Lowery

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Place either code where you would likerepparttar button or link to appear.

Shelley Lowery Tip provided by: Web Source: Your Guide to Professional Web Design and Development.

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