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    Member Tristessa's Avatar
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    ... as much as the next person! But I am forced to code a frames site. The graphc designer at work decided this look was "pretty" and she won't change it!!

    I did code it earlier with a iframe in the middle for content, which wasn't too bad .... but it won't work properly with the CMS that I have to put it into.

    So I need a little help fixing the frames code I did. Right now the site only looks good at 1024 res. anything other then that the page goes all over the place ... can anyone help me keep the frames in one spot without moving?

    I tried percent and pixels and nothing works

    http://www.kelly-kruschel.com/alexina

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    Is it supposed to have that broken apart look (in FF and IE)?

    Have you tried CSS to set the width's and height's and absolute positioning?

    EDIT: Why do you need so many frames? Wouldn't just one for the content work just as well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fallout
    Why do you need so many frames? Wouldn't just one for the content work just as well?
    I agree, you should just have one iframe in the center for your content.

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    i convinced my boss that it was too much work for such a little project that i am allowed to turn the site into tables.

    so i'm not going to bother with frames. I already have a layout done with an iframe and i prefer that more.

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    I'm happy to hear that you talked them out of the frames. They're such a worthless practice for a site with so few pages.

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    I made a mini poster to go beside my computer at work for anti frames

    It looks like an "inpirational poster", black background, white border and a picture in the middle which is set up like frames but they don't match up. At the bottom it says "No Frames"

    I thought this was a nice little addon to my workspace

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    LMAO! Nice! Scan it and upload it.
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    here it is

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    I would refuse to work on the project. You should rebuild the website from the ground up.

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    Member Tristessa's Avatar
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    then i would get fired
    my boss hates frames as much as i do, so he told me i can build it however i want, just as long as I can get it into the cms so the client can update it.


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