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Frames - Diffrences in IE & NS ???

Hi ! I'm not sure but does IE has other sizes than NS in
Framesets ? If I define a Frameset with pixel sizes it is
only corect in NS. Do you know a trick ?

(Test-Frameset)

regards
ItsMe
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RainCommented:
yes the pixel size is different in ns/ie.  What I ended up doing was using a java script to point to one of two index files that I made.....

ieindex2
nsindex2  

just change the framesets for each index to coinside with the chosen browser.....

here is the jscript you will need....

<script>
<!-- Begin
var name = navigator.appName
 if (name == "Microsoft Internet Explorer")
url=("ieindex2.htm");
else
url=("netindex2.htm")
window.location=url;

// you can change the netindex2.htm or ieindex2.htm to //whatever files you have made your index files.
// End -->
</SCRIPT>


by doing this you will have a perfect framset everytime that dynamically changes to the browser....
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ItsMeAuthor Commented:
I now how to root to another site. Isn't there really another solution than routing ?

regards
ItsMe
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RainCommented:
you could use percentages instead of numbers for you frame widths and heights......
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