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Re: frames

From: Ian Samson <IDSamson@beauty.hsrc.ac.za>
Date: Fri, 23 Oct 1998 14:04:42 +200
Message-Id: <199810231206.OAA30620@ludwig.HSRC.ac.za>
To: "Tom Carter" <cf@gables.tcp.co.uk>, www-html@w3.org
Hi Tom, this is one hassle I have had with Netscape for years, and that is 
the interpretation of the WIDTH= parameter. While MSIE interprets it as 
the MAXIMUM width, Netscape continue to interpret it as the MINIMUM 
width, particularly in TABLES.

I suppose with your frames problem it could be attributed to a difference in 
interpretation.

However, my private site is designed for 4.x series browsers. Go have a 
look at http://users.iafrica.com/i/id/idsamson/index.html and let me know 
what your browser does with my frames.

Sorry I can't answer your question more specifically.

On 20 Oct 98, at 22:24, Tom Carter <cf@gables.tcp.co.uk> wrote:

>  hi all!!
> 
>  I have a page desinged with frames with zero border so that the graphics
> in
>  each touch. However, although the width is specified explicitly, netscape
>  chops part of one frame off and the scroll of the main frame is moved.
> 
>  thanks for any help/advice you can give me!!!
> 
>  -Tom
> 


Regards,
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