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Problems with Position of Applet

Posted on 1998-08-20
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I have a page that's made up of four frames Top, Left, Bottom and Context. The context is where you see all the information display, has an applet right at the bottom. I´m working with 800*600 resolution, when I see the page in 1025*768 the applet isn´t at the bottom of the page, it´s right in the middle. Is there any way I can place the applet in any resolution at the bottom of the page?
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If your writing the frame code by the number of pixle like <frameset rows="100,540"> which would be fine for 640*800 but in 1052*768 way off base and might put stuff in the worng place like the middle instead to the side.  Try this.

Say the the applet is 100,100 pixles, ok?
* is the wildcard number and the number is whatever it needs to be to fill in the rest of the page
so if the res is 800*600 and you have the 100 already taken by the applet the *= 700 to fill the rest for the colums and *= 500 for the rows.

<FRAMESET rows="*,100*">
<FRAMESET cols=whatever number you want">
<FRAME src="Top">
<FRAME src="Left">
</FRAMESET>
<FRAMESET cols="*,100">
<FRAME src="Context>
<FRAME src="Bottom">
</FRAMESET>
</FRAMESET>

With this the bottom should be at the bottom with 100*100 pixels no matter the res hope it works
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