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  1. #1
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    I don't want the frame borders on my site to show at all, I want them to look like the ones on http://webtools.bravehost.com/ and please don't tell me to view the source because I can't figure out what on that page makes the borders look like that. So whatever anyone can tell me about making the borders not visible at all, I'd appreciate it. If you have some time on your hands and you think you know something about it, you think you could make the frame borders on the page below (http://themaidenpit.superihost.com/)look like the ones on http://webtools.bravehost.com/?


    <HEAD>
    <META content="MSHTML 6.00.2800.1106" name=GENERATOR></HEAD><FRAMESET rows=27%,73%><FRAME name=frame1 src="http://geocities.com/jamestheposuer/websitelogo.html"><FRAMESET cols=25%,75%><FRAME name=frame2 src="http://geocities.com/jamestheposuer/navigation.html"><FRAME name=frame3 src="http://themaidenpit.superihost.com/home.html"></FRAMESET></FRAMESET>
    <BODY></BODY>

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    Senior Member Eddy Bones's Avatar
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    Adding frameborder="no" border="0" might do the trick.

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    Member palmer's Avatar
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    I have to chime in and mention frames are not a very good idea in web design nowadays...search engines are blind to all content within frames and they frankly look kind of tacky. Using SSI or PHP includes might be a better way, or have a welcome page with text for the spiders if you're locked into the frame design...
    Look to the cookie Elaine....look to the cookie.

    http://www.queuedtalent.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddy Bones
    Adding frameborder="no" border="0" might do the trick.
    Hi Eddy, I just want to say Thank you for the information on how to make the frame borders not show up. I'm not the person who asked the question, but it sure did benefit me, in my hour of need. You're the best!


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