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Gray Frame borders in Netscape.

I get gray frame borders in Netscape even though I've coded; BORDERS=0 FRAMEBORDERS=0 MARGINEHEIGHT=0 MARGINEWIDTH=0. and I've used a third party command in dreamweaver,"zero page borders" which generates, also; topmargine=0 leftmargine=0 How do I get rid of theses borders???
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douganfarms
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bassqueCommented:
make it border=0 and frameborder=0
the s's on the end....ex. (borders) were what your problem is.
remove the s's and your golden

and its not necessary to have
MARGINEHEIGHT=0 MARGINEWIDTH=0 in the frameset tag.....

enjoy

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bassqueCommented:
forgot to add.....you could include frameborder=no
also
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douganfarmsAuthor Commented:
Thanks. bassque, also I had to go back through the frameset and put frameborder=o, if I left it default, blank it gave me a gray border. Thanks again,
John
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