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Netscape and MS Internet Explorer Frames

Posted on 1998-11-18
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No matter what I do I cannot get Netscape and MS internet Explorer to line up "Dead On" when I use frames. Netscape always seems to be about 8-10 pixels off center for some reason.
Can you help me?
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Question by:david2022
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include javascript, or ASP if you have access, to send different code for the differing browser.  Check the browser then redirect to the correct page (or write the HTML)
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