This article assumes you have a custom frame page, or the frame.asp page is supported on your website. You can test this by going to http://www.yourdomainname.com/frame.asp. If the frame page appears, then you may use the feature, however if you get a 404 error, then the feature is not available for your site.

When creating a link to another website, where you want the website to appear within your custom frame page, you will need to use the URL format explained below. This article assumes you already know how to insert a regular link or hyperlink (or reviewed related video).

To link to a website using your custom frame page from within your website, you will enter the URL or HREF as: /frame.asp?frameurl=http://www.websitegoeshere.com

To link to a website using your custom frame page from outside your website, you will enter the URL or HREF as:
 http://www.yourdomainname.com/frame.asp?frameurl=http://www.websitegoeshere.com

If the URL you are using contains any ampersand (&) symbols, replace them with "_amp_". For example...
 http://www.yourdomainname.com/frame.asp?frameurl=http://www.somewebsite.com/default.aspx?var1=234&var2=somethingelse&var3=1234

would become...

http://www.yourdomainname.com/frame.asp?frameurl=http://www.somewebsite.com/default.aspx?var1=234_amp_var2=somethingelse_amp_var3=1234

This is also the same with some other characters. If the link does not work properly, make sure to replace the following characters as follows:

- (dash) Replace with _H_
 . (period) Replace with _P_
 ? (question mark) Replace with _Q_

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