document.body.width proportional frames

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I want to build a frameset proportional to the available screen widths.  Netscape worked easily "innerWidth", but netscape relys on the document.body.clientWidth call.  Which wont work in a frameset document, I'm assuming since there is no body.  Is there any other way that i can detec the available width in IE6?
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forget it "%" Im dumb.
how about document.framename.clientWidth?

me dumb to0... :p

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might work haven't tried it.  just declaring the frame cols as 10% is much easier.

cols="10%,*,10%"

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yah! easier and effective! ;)
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