The TargetFrame property specifies the target frame into which the link should be loaded. This property fulfills the same function as the TARGET parameter in an HTML anchor statement.
Specifies the name of the frame in which to display the advertisement. This parameter can also be one of the HTML frame-keywords, such as _TOP, _NEW, _CHILD, _SELF, _PARENT, or _BLANK. The default value is NO FRAME.
The following example displays the advertisements in the frame AdFrame.
Set ad = Server.CreateObject("MSWC.AdRotator")
ad.TargetFrame (AdFrame) %>
<%= ad.GetAdvertisement("/ads/adrot.txt") %>
Ad Rotator Component
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