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How do I get rid of Frame borders in Internet Explorer?  I know that the attribute border=0 works in Netscape but not in IE.  This should be simple but it still escapes me.
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Question by:tblackwe
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jbirk earned 200 total points
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This worked for me:

<FRAMESET rows="125,*" border=0>
<FRAME src="title.htm" name="title" NORESIZE>
<FRAMESET COLS="187,*" border=0>
<FRAME src="leftside.htm" name="left" NORESIZE>
<FRAME src="main.htm" name="main">
</FRAMESET>
</FRAMESET>


I just used border=0...  Could you post your offending frameset?  Maybe I can figure out what's going on.

-Josh
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by:Ironwolf
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Some other things you could try:

1) use frameborder instead of border
2) but the frameborder tag on each frame (instead of just on frameset)
3) try both frameborder=no and frameborder=0 in each tag as IE and NS sometimes interpret them differently.

I would think on of these combinations would work. Hope it helps,
-IW
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