Thread: Frame spacing... help
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11-20-2003, 09:04 AM #1
Frame spacing... help
I got a problem with spaces between frames.
I got a website ( Http://www.digitalstylez.com ) wich views okay in 1280x1024 , but it has scrollbars in 1024x768.
So i kinda want to shrink the page a bit, so it fits nicely into a 1024x768 page.
I am using 2 frames, top frame and bottom/center frame.
The top frame online contains 6 music loops, so its quiet tiny.
Now my problem:
When i cut down the size of the topframe, half of my loop buttons are gone, so I set the size so that the loop buttons are shown correctly.. but then there is like 50pixels of space between my topframe and my centerframe. While I set the loopbuttons in the topframe to "bottom" and the banner that is on top in my centerframe to "top" align.
Still i get this tiny little space were the invisable border of the frames is located.
Is there anyway i can nicely put the 2 frames together without this space?
11-20-2003, 07:30 PM #2
looks fine to me, you may want to remove the cols=* from your franeset though.
11-21-2003, 07:37 AM #3
Thanks for your reply...
I made a new html document to make it a bit more clear ( Http://www.digitalstylez.com/test.html )
See how the topframe doesn't fit onto the center frame?
There is this little space in between, when i size down the top frame it cuts my loop buttons and the time/copyright java script.
Isn't there a way i could fit them exactly together?
11-21-2003, 08:20 AM #4HTML Code:
<frameset rows="48*,505*" cols="*" framespacing="0" frameborder="NO" border="0">
The asterisk immediately after the frame size (48*) serves no purpose it should be used for the main frame in order for it to fill the remaining space. None of the rest is valid HTML although border=) will work on most browsers.
The proper code would be
<frameset rows="48,*" border="0">
11-21-2003, 10:36 AM #5
I kinda figured it out now..
I putted this in both the frames:
<body topmargin="0" marginwidth="0" marginheight="0">
Now it fits nicely.. although the top frame is like 2 pixels to the right .. you have to look closely to see that.. But i am happy with it..