The attribute for borders is "frameborder". For all specifications, look> Hi everyone,
> got an iframe on my page that looks like this:
> <iframe src="a-texteoscar.htm" name="exemple" width="200" height="195"
> scrolling="no" style="border: none">
> But still there are borders, I have heard I got to delete the border style
> sheet under dreamweaver.
> When I edit style sheet with DW4, there is no specifications for borders or
> The only one where I can make modification on the borders is for the table
> Do I need to create a new style sheet for IFRAMES ? If yes how ?
> Or else, does anyone knows how to make modification on iframe borders under
> DW4 ?
You need to keep in mind whether you want an attribute attached to the
page with the iframe tag, or to the page being brought in. E.g. if you
have <td><iframe blah blah></iframe></td>, then you might want to give
the td tags the border instead of the iframe or to the pgae being
brought in. And you also need to have a link to the style sheet in the
page you'll get in the frame.
Finally, don't use that dash in the filename. Use underscore. A dash
might cause problems.
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