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    Hi, I've known HTML for about 2 years now, and i'm learning new stuff all the time...but one thing I cant master is Inline Frames, or Iframes...

    SO heres my problem:
    How the site is supposed to look- http://kb.geek-land.net/psdremix.html

    How it looks after the "Home" Iframe is added- http://kb.geek-land.net/psdremix3.html

    It looks like it's off a few pixels down, and to the right when I added the "Home" Iframe.

    It'd be appreciated if I can have some help, or advice on how to do this a different way.

    Thanks
    -Skeeball

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    Might want to check your heights.

    Though iframes are a bad idea to use.

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    It wouldnt add up for the pictures to have randomly changed heights...but i'll check it anyways...

    In the "community" i design websites for, they create their templates in photoshop, and Iframes is the only way i know how to code those templates...and i'm not very good at Iframes

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    Skeeball,

    I think you first need to fix the IE Blue Border that's around your
    HOME button link. Any images used as links need to have the
    border turned off.

    <IMG SRC="images/home.gif" border="0" WIDTH=92 HEIGHT=29 ALT="">

    That alone might fix some problems.

    I don't think your problem is with the <iframe> itself, but
    some of the padding and border stuff. All of the slicing and
    blank image spacing and padding ... too bad the layout isn't
    done using CSS, but you have what you have. So we'll just
    have to help you figure out where the tables are failing.


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    THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU

    Maybe now I can meet my deadline, thank you very much. ANd in case you wanted to make sure that it worked.... http://kb.geek-land.net/psdremix4.html

    I cant believe I didnt think of that...I thought that it was overlapping, and that was just the backround...anyways, thank you again.


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