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    Angry Centering Content!

    Hey guys im new here!

    I have done a framset in dreamweaver.
    There are three frames.

    I want to create a look like this site:

    http://www.cruciallimit.com/chapterOne/index.html

    see how he has used three framsets, one on either side of the middle!

    well i have done that, but what i want to achieve is the following.

    When you minimise his window, the flash content reamins in the centre. Im having troubles doing that with mine! Im not sure what do do!

    If you can help me that would be great, if you explain to me how to do it through dreamweaver, ill appreciate it!

    Thanks!


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    set the left and right frame width's to percentages. that way the frame sizes are dynamic and will size itself according to the window size. i think that when u hold down [alt] and left click on a frame, its details will show, and u can adjust frame width.

    the code for your frame should look like this:

    <frameset cols="'10%',*,'10%'" frameborders="no" border="0" framespacing="0">
    <frame src="leftframe.htm" scrolling=no noresize name="leftframe" frameborder=no>
    <frame src="middleframe.htm" scrolling=no noresize name="middleframe" frameborder=no>
    <frame src="rightframe.asp" scrolling="yes" noresize name="rightframe" frameborder="no">
    </frameset>
    <noframes> Your browser does not support frames. Please mail billgates@microsoft.com
    for help
    </noframes> </frameset>

    just adapt the code to your liking. hope that helps.



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