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From: GaRgL... <gargl@worldnet.net>
Date: Thu, 28 May 1998 00:53:33 +0200
Message-Id: <199805272255.AAA30265@tom.oleane.net>
To: <www-html@w3.org>
dunno if my last answer made it through, again :

i'm using this kind of code :

<FRAMESET ROWS="*" COLS="130,*" BORDER="0" FRAMEBORDER="NO"
FRAMESPACING="0">
  <FRAME SRC="whatever.htm" NAME="FirstFrame" NORESIZE="NORESIZE"
MARGINHEIGHT="0" MARGINWIDTH="0" SCROLLING="NO">
  <FRAMESET ROWS="165,*" COLS="*" BORDER="0" FRAMEBORDER="NO"
FRAMESPACING="0">
    <FRAME SRC="anotherfile.htm" NAME="SecondFrame" NORESIZE="NORESIZE"
MARGINHEIGHT="0" MARGINWIDTH="0" SCROLLING="NO">
    <FRAME SRC="plainhtml.htm" NAME="ThirdFrame" NORESIZE="NORESIZE"
MARGINHEIGHT="0" MARGINWIDTH="0" SCROLLING="NO">
  </FRAMESET>
</FRAMESET>

-- BORDER="0" FRAMEBORDER="NO" FRAMESPACING="0" --

this works with netscape 3-4 and explorer 3-4

same topic :
netscape 3.x has a bug : it just can't do zero offsets, when using frames,
your image will be 1 pixel to the right and 1 pixel lower than the top left
corner of your frame, the "good" thing being you can use a background to
cover the gap, but then you have a problem with explorer 3 whicjh does zero
offsets, the best solution i found was to actually make explorer "bug" by
putting

<BODY TOPMARGIN="1" LEFTMARGIN="1">

so you have the same"bug" with netscape and explorer and can align pictures
over the background...

not so cute ? only way i found...

GaRgL...
Received on Wednesday, 27 May 1998 18:55:14 GMT

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