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Netscape frame size

This code will change the size of the frame in IE. What is the Netscape equivalent?


<script language="javascript">

function moveframe(size){
window.parent.rightsideID.rows = "*," + size;
}

</script>
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xabiCommented:
As far as I know you can't do data in NS without reloading the page.

xabi
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fwickesAuthor Commented:
I'm sorry, I don't understand what you mean by "do data"
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CJ_SCommented:
for the reloading of the page there is a little trick.

location.href = href

just add that to the code you've got for resizing. You might hafta change some.
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xabiCommented:
sorry, typo ..

data --> that
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rhinosaurCommented:
I resorted to using a JavaScript function that rewrites the whole frameset, although I'm still working on it.
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fwickesAuthor Commented:
Can someone pls provide a sample script of how this can be done,

Thanks.
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rhinosaurCommented:
The code for rewriting the frameset? Or the code for resizing the frames?

Try:

http://www.insidedhtml.com/tips/elements/ts06/page1.htm
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rhinosaurCommented:
The code for rewriting the frameset? Or the code for resizing the frames?

Try:

http://www.insidedhtml.com/tips/elements/ts06/page1.htm
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fwickesAuthor Commented:
thank you rhinosaur, I will try to apply this solution to my pages
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