You must have some other SAS commands to control the destination of our generate graphics output, right? You will get better response if you share the SAS-generated log output from your entire program, not just the PROC statements. Again, SAS log output, not just the SAS program statements.
Look at this example in the documentation. It uses PROC REPORT and PROC GCHART. Your code would not have any PROC REPORT steps. Specifically, in this example, it is the ODS HTML invocation with the CONTENTS= and FRAME= and FILE= options that make an HTML frame navigation set of files with a frame on the left and the display area on the right: http://support.sas.com/documentation/cdl/en/graphref/61884/HTML/default/gr08ods1-ex.htm
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