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Tip of the Day
Language: Web
Expertise: Beginner
Nov 23, 1999

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Remove Unsightly Frame Gaps in Netscape

When you create an HTML frameset using the FRAMEBORDER="0" attribute, the frames look fine in Internet Explorer. However, there's an unsightly white gap between non-white pages when you view the frameset in Netscape Navigator. That's because Netscape doesn't support the attribute. Instead, it wants to see BORDER="0" to do the same thing. Here's an example of a frameset that looks right in both major browsers:

 
<HTML>
<HEAD>
</HEAD>
<frameset cols="20%,*" BORDER="0" FRAMEBORDER="0" FRAMESPACING="0">
  <frame Scrolling=No SRC="menu.asp" Name="menu">
  <frame Scrolling=No SRC="main.asp" Name="main">
</frameset>
</HTML>

When rendering HTML tags, browsers generally ignore attributes that they don't understand.

Ken Cox
 
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