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From: Luke McFadden <mcfadden@semo.net>
Date: Tue, 17 Aug 1999 11:43:01 -0400
Message-ID: <37B98305.85378F3A@semo.net>
To: DOM <www-dom@w3.org>
Yes me again

I have my frames setup like this

<frameset cols="12%,*">
	<frame>
	<frameset rows="10%.*">
		<frame>
		<frame>
	</frameset>
</frameset>

Which gives me this

------------------------------|
|  |                          |
|  |--------------------------|
|  |                          |
|  |                          |
|  |                          |
|  |                          |
|  |                          |

|  |                          |
|  |                          |
-------------------------------

But it makes it have to use DOM like i want to
	parent.header.ducument.forms[0].elements[1].value='blah'
	since i would have to add another frame name

So i tried to do it like this

<frameset cols="12%,*" rows=10%,*">
	<frame>
	<frame>
	<frame>
</frameset>

which gave me this

------------------------------|
|  |                          |
|--|--------------------------|
|  |                          |
|  |                          |
|  |                          |
|  |                          |
|  |                          |
|  |                          |
|  |                          |
-------------------------------


And that is not what i need.  Is there anyway around having to change my
whole layout?

Or a simpler way to do my DOM?

Or am I just not seeing something?

Thanks  ahead of time
-- 
Luke McFadden
mcfadden@semo.net
UIN 27806051
Received on Tuesday, 17 August 1999 12:55:26 GMT

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