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Seamless table across frames? - Macromedia Dreamweaver

Is it possible, and if how to have two tables appear as if they are one accross two different frames. The left frame would be be a table with navigational elements and the right table would have all the site elements. I've been trying it, but I can't get that like 10 pixel bar between the two frames to dissapear and not all elements of the table are the same color as the back ground. If you want to see, the particular page I'm trying to recreate is [url]www.waysofromance.com[/url]. thanks in advance...

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    Default Seamless table across frames?

    Is it possible, and if how to have two tables appear as if they are one accross two different frames. The left frame would be be a table with navigational elements and the right table would have all the site elements. I've been trying it, but I can't get that like 10 pixel bar between the two frames to dissapear and not all elements of the table are the same color as the back ground. If you want to see, the particular page I'm trying to recreate is [url]www.waysofromance.com[/url]. thanks in advance


    andyrew9999 webforumsuser@macromedia.com Guest

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    Default Re: Seamless table across frames?

    On Mon, 21 Jul 2003 00:52:44 +0000 (UTC), "andyrew9999"
    [email]webforumsusermacromedia.com[/email] wrote:
    >Is it possible, and if how to have two tables appear as if they are
    >one accross two different frames. The left frame would be be a table
    >with navigational elements and the right table would have all the site
    >elements. I've been trying it, but I can't get that like 10 pixel bar
    >between the two frames to dissapear and not all elements of the table
    >are the same color as the back ground. If you want to see, the
    >particular page I'm trying to recreate is [url]www.waysofromance.com[/url].
    >thanks in advance
    It may help some to set the page margins to zero, but you will never
    achieve consistent alignment across different browsers. You would be
    better off without the frames.


    Gary
    Gary White Guest

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    Default Re: Seamless table across frames?

    That page is split left/top...

    What you need to do is turn off frame borders...

    MX is like a box of chocolates - Someone's usually eaten the good bits already!
    Flashjunky webforumsuser@macromedia.com Guest

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