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Static borders

Hi,

simple qustion, how do i make the tip and site shared borders statci, so they dont move when u move up and down the page, in FP 2000.

Cheers

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moahmad
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ClassyLinksCommented:
moahmad...you currently have 18 questions open...several of which I have attempted to assist you on.

Given your current grading history, I am reluctant to assist you yet again.  Please clear up some of your outstanding questions so that I can be assured that you will not abandon this question as you have done others.

Thank You.

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moahmadAuthor Commented:
Hi, classylinks

I know the problem is that i havent been given the right answer, where i have i am awarding the points.

Cheers

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ClassyLinksCommented:
in that case, then provide feedback for the experts and remember that sometimes the "right" answer isn't always one we want to hear.

For example...in this question: http://www.experts-exchange.com/jsp/qShow.jsp?ta=frontpage&qid=20121602 you need to delete it.

In this question: http://www.experts-exchange.com/jsp/qShow.jsp?ta=frontpage&qid=20081873 you have not responded to my repeated requests for feedback, even though I provided a solution.

And in this question: http://www.experts-exchange.com/jsp/qShow.jsp?ta=frontpage&qid=20076993 you either need to accept the answer, or reject it and tell us what you still need to get it working.

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ClassyLinksCommented:
In any case, the answer to your shared border question is that you cannot.  The shared borders are simply glorified include files.  They are entire HTM files which FP inserts dynamically into the "host" page.  They will automatically move with the page.

Your alternative is to use frames (or perhaps a table with a scrolling cell).
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amp072397Commented:
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Hello moahmad:

You continue to blatantly disregard the necessity of awarding and cleaning up your old questions. I will leave your recent questions open, but I am force-accepting answers on all of your old ones because you refuse to respond to the requests of ClassyLinks and myself to deal with your questions.

7 or 8 accepted answers of 22 questions is totally out of line. The 7 or 8 accepted tell me that you understand how this system works.

I don't understand why you want to jeopardize your ability to get answers.

amp
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ClassyLinksCommented:
In any case, the answer to your shared border question is that you cannot.  The shared borders are simply
glorified include files.  They are entire HTM files which FP inserts dynamically into the "host" page.
 They will automatically move with the page.

Your alternative is to use frames (or perhaps a table with a scrolling cell).
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ClassyLinksCommented:
Thanks for grading this question.  Too bad about the "C"...ruins by perfect record.  8-(
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