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I've set up a page containing frames, but have unfortunately forgotten how to turn off the scroll bars, I think it's something like noscroll="on" placed in the <frameset> tag. Any ideas?
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It's:
scrolling="NO" and it's placed in the frame tags, not the frameset tag.

Enjoy!
Josh
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