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How to avoid "borders" in frames?

I'm writing my homepage using frames. Though I set the FRAMEBORDER=0, there are still "borders" on my homepage. Are there any methods to avoid the "borders"?

The following is the extraction of my HTML:

<FRAMESET rows="65, *, 60">
   <frame src="./head.htm" name="tail" scrolling="no" noresize frameborder=0 marginwidth=0 marginheight=0>
   <FRAMESET cols="140, 100%">
      <frame src="./list.htm" name="list" scrolling="auto" noresize frameborder=0>
      <frame src="./home.htm" name="main" scrolling="auto" noresize frameborder=0>
   </FRAMESET>
   <frame src="./tail.htm" name="tail" scrolling="no" noresize frameborder=0 marginwidth=0 marginheight=0>
</FRAMESET>

Thanks!
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andersy
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rafisternCommented:
Try all these
      <FRAMESET BORDER=0 FRAMEBORDER="NO" FRAMESPACING="0">

These should wipe out any trace of borders in all browsers
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tunctCommented:
No way for IE3.xx, but for Netscape 3.xx and later, the frameborder=NO works fine.
What's your browser?
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tunctCommented:
No way for IE3.xx, but for Netscape 3.xx and later, the frameborder=NO works fine.
What's your browser?
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andersyAuthor Commented:
Sorry for my late reply!

It works now! Thanks!
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