one of my customers needs an editor for working on the pages I produce for him.
However, I use the FRAMEBORDER attribute (=NO), but my preferred editor-in-spe, HotMetal3 Light, does not seem to know this attribute.

I also tried HomeSite 1.2, but could not find it there.
Any suggestions?
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Use border="0" and noborder="0" that will take care of netscape, MSIE, and hopefully HotMeal3.


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Christian_WenzAuthor Commented:
in the FRAMESET tag or in the FRAME tags?
However, HotMetal does not seem to support any of these attributes :-( - I'll check HomeSite
Christian_WenzAuthor Commented:
correct answer would have been: only the full version of HoTMetaL supports these attributes :-(
I'll grade you anyway, thanks for your efforts.
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