In IE the page works fine, moslty because I do most of my designing on an IE5 machine.
In Netscape, which adds a margin to the page, the left-hand navigation frame gets a scroll bar added to the bottom because it is some 2 or so pixels too wide.
I have used marginheight=0 and marginwidth=0 in the body tag in this frame, which helped to some degree, but I still have those 2 pixels or so of padding which I don't want, because of the design of the navigation bar -- the black is supposed to (with the aid of some images) fade into the red. This effect is lost if the user has to scroll across a pixel or two in order to see the slight fade-in.
I don't want to be putting a scrolling=0 into the frameset page, because then in low-res situation you won't be able to access some of the menu bar. The site is currently designed primarily for 800x600. It should work in higher resolutions ok though, but I want it to remain compatible to one degree or another with low res as well.
How can I remove this padding that Netscape is adding to my page?
At present all I have tested in is IE5 and NN4. If you get strange results using other versions/browsers/platform
s/etc, please describe.