Re: Netscape and <FRAMESET>

Walter Torres (walter-t@msn.com)
Sat, 30 Nov 96 05:38:41 UT


Date: Sat, 30 Nov 96 05:38:41 UT
From: "Walter Torres" <walter-t@msn.com>
Message-Id: <UPMAIL09.199611300553510780@msn.com>
To: www-html@w3.org
Subject: RE: Netscape and <FRAMESET>

>| Is there a Netscape rep here who can tell me what formula to use to
>| figure out what height and width a frame will be relative...
>
>There is one problem, at least in MSIE, the border is/could be OS
>dependant, and its size may never easily map into something usable... 
>HTML wasn't meant for perfect placing of items...

Plus the window and/or frames may or may not contain scrollbars...depending
upon both the amount of content, and the width and the height of
the window currently being used. 

OK, some people need a bit of expereince to get that one.

But, to me, the pixel size definition should be be dependent if are there or 
not. Scrolls should be placed within that given size.

(Just my 2 cents)


 [This is almost universally overlooked
by folks who otherwise very, very carefully lay out HTML pages.]

mmm "almost universally"....

Is that like "slightly pregnant"?

:)

Walter