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    Senior Member zeroskater88's Avatar
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    Is tehre a way to get rid of the gray boarder on iframes? SO there is no boarder?

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    Theoretically:
    Code:
    <iframe border="0" ... >
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/workshop/a...s/border_1.asp
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    Hmm.. that dosnt seem to work, at

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    Senior Member zeroskater88's Avatar
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    Never mind, it works great. I used frameborder="0"

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    For frames and iframes:

    frameborder is an on/off property, meaning you can set it to "0", "1", "no" or "yes". By default, it's on.

    border is a size property, you can set it to any number. By default, it's set to "0".

    I like turning frameborder off and changing the border property with CSS to get some cool effect.

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    I just don't think iframes should ever be used anyway
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