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Resize Frames

Posted on 1998-07-18
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I am trying to make my first website with frames, I have the following code for my index page, what I would like is a recognizable resize bar and for it to be able to be resized, it seems to work in msie but not Netscape, and in msie I would still like the bar to be a little larger. Thanks

<FRAMESET ROWS="100%" COLS="155,*">
<NOFRAMES><BODY>
<P>Designed to be viewed by a browser which supports frames.
</BODY>
</NOFRAMES>
      <FRAME NAME="navigate" SRC="navigate/left.shtml" SCROLLING="AUTO" MARGINWIDTH=2 MARGINHEIGHT=2 FRAMEBORDER=0 framespacing=0>
      <FRAME NAME="main" SRC="intro/intro.shtml" SCROLLING="AUTO" MARGINWIDTH=2 MARGINHEIGHT=2 FRAMEBORDER=0 framespacing=0>
</FRAMESET>
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Question by:timshank
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Quixote earned 20 total points
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Ditch the FRAMEBORDER=0 attribute and you should be fine.  Also, in your FRAMESET definition, you should only have ROWS or COLS, but not both.  Ditch ROWS="100%".

Hope that helps you out there.

-Quixote
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worked good, thanks
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