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    Unhappy is this a frame problem?

    hi...
    i have a white space on the bottom of the frames within the 'sweet' section of http://www.johnuher.com/portfolio.html
    It grows larger as you scroll right...through the images.

    could someone lmk what this space is? i've tried putting cellpadding/spacing/margin attributes set to "0" but that hasnt worked yet.

    Thanks,

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    Don't see what you're talking about. Eliminating my taskbar in your opening 'full' window is very user unfriendly and discourages me from revisiting the site.

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    Hey coobs welcome to the forums

    I assume you are actually talking about http://johnuher.com/sweet3.html The bottom of the frameset is fine, however the top is not.I see the frameset is calling for portfolio-top.html which in turn only calls for sweet-top3.html

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    hmm..

    I dont think I understand...and now im really confused.
    At work on my mac, the pages seemed fine after i figured out to change the frameset rows to "*,0"

    However, now on my pc at home...I see that I have to reposition the browser window...and by resizing it I can see the frames now.
    Does this make sense?

    Now each time you click on the right arrow, after you click on 'sweet' on http://www.johnuher.com/portfolio.html
    ...the top frame should change accordingly.
    Do I have this setup correctly?

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    First you should really get rid of the window sizer, things that change a users settings are a bad idea.

    I see the frameset but there is no top framed page on sweets.

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    Any way you could be a bit more specific in describing your problem? Each page I saw looks fine.
    The transition from page to page is jumpy though, presumably because of the different sizes of thumbnails causing the rounded rectange to change dimensions.
    Good photos of a good subject, though

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    Yes, I think I fixed some of the 'white space' problem I initially found. Now I need to take out the browser resize so noone kills me =P

    The thumbnails, however, should be the same size...just kindof ghosted.

    Thanks everyone for your help. Any more comments/suggestions would be appreciated =)



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