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Re: FRAMESETS - border="0" or frameborder="0" - Illegal? Other methods?

From: Luka Z. Gerzic <stinger@opennet.org>
Date: Mon, 11 May 1998 14:46:26 +0200
Message-ID: <3556F322.527502E8@opennet.org>
To: Ben <ben@wallroyds.demon.co.uk>
CC: www-html@w3.org
hi there,....

here is your problem..

Hello the members of www-html@w3.org :-)

After asking the question in IRC rooms/channels and the newsgroups.
Didn't get the answer I wanted. Hope this is the right place to ask the
question ...

I fellow the W3 recommendations for frames. Ending up like below ...

-- snip --
<FRAMESET cols="*, 640, *">
  <FRAME src="left.html" frameborder="0" marginwidth="0"
marginheight="0" noresize>
  <FRAME src="center.html" frameborder="0" marginwidth="0"
marginheight="0" noresize>
  <FRAME src="right.html" frameborder="0" marginwidth="0"
marginheight="0" noresize>
-- snip --

When tested the page - There were grey lines in between the frames
(IE4). I assume that using 'frameborder' or 'border' in the FRAMESET tag

is illegal.

I wonder if anyone can do me a favour, tell me if there's a way around
it. If there ain't any, the safest method of removing the grey lines.

My apologise goes to those who hate frames or this kind of question.
Finally, pardon my English (as it's not my first language).

i think and corect me if i'm wrong you can try with this one:

-- snip --


<!-- here is solution of your problem i think with this parameter
border="no" -->
<FRAMESET COLS="18%,82%" border="no">

   <FRAMESET ROWS="18%,82%">
     <FRAME SRC="logo.html" NAME="logo" NORESIZE>
     <FRAME SRC="left.html" NAME="left" NORESIZE>
   <FRAMESET ROWS="18%,82%">
     <FRAME SRC="top.html" NAME="top" NORESIZE>
     <FRAME SRC="central.html" NAME="central">
  <!-- Place text here that will be seen only by those browsers which do

not support frames -->
-- snip --

this is source that i use in my frames html pages. 8) works fine.
c ya l8r and have greeteng's from yugoslavia.
Received on Monday, 11 May 1998 10:24:09 UTC

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