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relative URLS in frames

Greetings all:

As many of you know, one can use JavaScript to generate multiple frames from
a single URL file.  (This is particularly useful for CGI.)  Unfortunately,
though, relative URLS are given a "javascript:" prefix, which screws things
up if desires the URLS to have a "http://{HOST}/{DIRECTORY}/"; type prefix.
It is true that I can manually add that "http:" type prefix to all my links,
but since I plan on dumping a lot HTML into frames, this would be a lot of
work.  Is there some way in JavaScript that forces all of the relative URLs,
in a frame outputted by a function to use the usual "http:" type prefix.
Maybe some assignment to "location" or "links" or something as a JavaScript
command within the desired frame.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advanced.  Sincerely, Alicia.
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