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Making frames for IE3

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How can I create a web page containing frames that display seamlessly in Internet Explorer 3, i.e. without any frame borders.

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<frameset rows="120,*" frameborder="0" framespacing="0">
etc...
Maybe add the attribute border=0. Does no harm to MSIE3, and is better for NSNav.
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