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Re: Lack of Information

From: Susan Lesch <lesch@w3.org>
Date: Thu, 20 May 2004 12:26:06 -0700
Message-Id: <p0610050abcd2b55b78eb@[192.168.123.134]>
To: dkorchagin@jasmind.com, site-comments@w3.org

Hello, Dmitry,

My guess is that you will have better luck by contacting a site or 
mailing list that specializes in answering questions about CSS. There 
are several resources linked from the Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) 
home page:

http://www.w3.org/Style/CSS/

Sorry I don't have a fast and neat answer to your question.

At 2:41 AM +0400 5/9/04, dkorchagin@jasmind.com wrote:
>Hi!
>
>It's probably not a problem really, but I couldn't find any helpful 
>information
>on your site about removal of borders from-between frames. There are words
>about to write attribute "frameborder=0" but actually it just causes the
>browser (IE or Mozilla whatever) to remove 3D drawings around the border, but
>the border stall exist.
>
>Eventually (and just empiricly), I've found the solution: the "border=0"
>attribute in the FRAMESET element that (so strange) is supported by 
>both IE and
>Mozilla...
>
>So I think it's a sort of standard to have a border atribute for a FRAMESET
>element, however it doesn't work in conjunction with style sheets. I guess I
>have to write something like above to IE & Mozilla development teams, right? I
>just cannot realize why the de facto standard hasn't been reflected in W3C
>recommendations (or vice versa).

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