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    Frame Help With Borders

    Hello I was wondering if theres a way to take the frame borders out. Im working on page that has a frame on the top, bottom, and right and want them to blend together by taking out the border So I was wondering how to do that and where to place the html tag for it.

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    <FRAMESET FRAMEborder=0 COLS="30%,70%">

    The 0 should turn it off and 1 turns it on, I think - haven't messed with frame borders in
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    Alright did this, it made the border just a straight line instead of a 3d type one, any way of making the border pure black so it doesnt look like its there?

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    Change the frameborder=0 to border="0" this should eliminate it completely.

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