Citrix Web Interface Modification

I am trying to upgrade our intranet and web interface to version 5.0.1.  Everything is working except for the layout of the interface in the frame we have embeeded it in on our intranet.

Basically, I need to modify the margins of the web interface so that I'm able to see the background of the original frame.  I'm attaching an image of our current interface for reference.  I'm assuming that what I'm trying to accomplish is embed a modified web interface frame into our intranet.

I cannot find anywhere that tells how to do this and I don't know what files to modify to make this happen.  Please help.

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I think you will have to edit the HTML file of the internal site to edit the layout as you have embedded Citrix webinterface to it.
wolverine_mdtAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the reply sekarc4u: However, I've read all the articles you referenced and none of them seem to have the information I need.  

I'm assuming that there has to be a place in one of the WI files that controls the window size, I just can't find it.
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wolverine_mdtAuthor Commented:
I figured this out myself.

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What did you do to fix it?
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