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    7mX
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    i want to know how to make transperant frames ... not inline frames

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    Try something like:

    <frameset rows="250,*">
    <frame src="frame1.htm" style="filter:alpha(opacity=50)">
    <frame src="frame2.htm">
    </frameset>


    ***NOTE: I tested this in IE6, NS7 and Mozilla 1.4. It only worked with IE so keep that in mind if you plan to use that.
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    -moz-opacity: 50%; for NS/moz.

    i.e..
    <frame src="frame1.htm" style="filter:alpha(opacity=50);-moz-opacity: 50%;">
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    Be more specific. What do you mean by "transparent" ??

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    you cant make frames transparent because they are pages - is what you looking for to make the page faded?
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    ok

    alright i have a bottom frame and a gif image that i am going to use for my navbar i want to make the body of the frame transparent and put the gif as my nav bar, so that when i scroll you can see the text going under the gif instead of it just dissapearing into black ... hopefully you guys/girls can understand that.

    i am pretty sure you can make the Body of the file that the frame refers to transpearent? cant you? with inline frames you can do it

    <IFRAME NAME="Frame1" SRC="010209d.html"
    ALLOWTRANSPARENCY="true" STYLE="position:absolute; top:20; left:50; z-index:3">

    And the BODY tag of 010209d.html is:

    <BODY STYLE="background-color:transparent">

    couldent you just do something like that for a regular frame

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    still dont get it, do you have a page where you want to implement this so i can see?
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    there

    i edited the post hopefully it helps

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    i really still don't get why you need to make your page transparent and what bit. Do you think you can make an attachment with the files in so i can see the problem better.. i am totally confused
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    alright

    sure i guess i could do that i'll do it tonight when i am at home


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