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Frameborder=0 in IE?

What is the correct tag
for hiding the frameset borders in IE?
The page shows ok in NS without the borders.
Thx in advance!
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Peter
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CyberSoftCommented:
Here you go this is an example which works in IE4.x, NS4.x and NS6.x

<!-- code snippet start -->

<frameset rows="*,405,*" cols="*,710,*" border="0" border="off">
     <frame name="lefttop" src="blank.html" scrolling="No"></frame>
     <frame name="middletop" src="blank.html" scrolling="No"></frame>
     <frame name="righttop" src="blank.html" scrolling="No"></frame>
     <frame name="leftside" src="blank.html" scrolling="No"></frame>
     <frame name="content" src="home.html" scrolling="Auto"></frame>
     <frame name="rightside" src="blank.html" scrolling="No"></frame>
     <frame name="leftbot" src="blank.html" scrolling="No"></frame>
     <frame name="middlebot" src="blank.html" scrolling="No"></frame>
     <frame name="rightbot" src="blank.html" scrolling="No"></frame>
</frameset>

<!-- code snippet end -->

Regards,
CyberSoft

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DreamMasterCommented:
border="0" is for IE...frameborder="no" is for NS...

Max.
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peterxAuthor Commented:
Perfect, thx alot both of you!
regs
Peter
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DreamMasterCommented:
You're welcome peterx...

Max.
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CyberSoftCommented:
Anytime Peterx, that's what we're here for!

Regards,
CyberSoft
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