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    Aligning Top Frame in IE7

    I have desgined the frontpage of my website with Dreamweaver. I have used frames to design the various sections of the page.
    When I view the website on my browser (opting for Preview option in DW) pages and frames are displayed correctly. Hence I uploaded the page in my geocities space. However, there is a space on the left hand side of the top banner.

    When this is viewed in firefox , it is not there. Can someone help?

    Page can be viewed here
    www.geocities.com/monlung_malta/default.htm

    Thanks

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    Re: Aligning Top Frame in IE7

    I'm not on my development machine with my analytical tools, but if the page is OK in both browsers locally, it might well by styling that is added by geocities ...

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    Re: Aligning Top Frame in IE7

    I'm sure DeadMeatGF is right. If you view the page source from the geocities web server, you'll note that there are a number of javascripts that appear above the <html> tag. In fact, there's this comment at the end of all of them:

    <!-- text above generated by server. PLEASE REMOVE -->
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