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    Hi!
    I'm making a site where scrolls appear now and then. The site is a framebased one with Top and Main. Top with header and navigation, Main with information. The site is centered and all is fine, until a scroll appears, the scroll of 10px pushes the entire mainframes table 10px to the left. The only way i found around it was moving the margin 10px to the right, but since the users resolution decides whether there is to be a scroll or not that really doesn't work in the long run. Is there anyway to make sure that the site stays untouched by the scroll appearing?

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    errr...what?!?!
    I don't understand your question. We need to see something...
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    Okej, lets see if its clearer with these pics.
    http://img130.imageshack.us/my.php?image=20483197rk7.jpg
    All is fine, no scroll
    And so this happens, notice the text moves 10px to the left.
    http://img69.imageshack.us/my.php?image=30301546gn5.jpg

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    Any chance of larger pictures?

    I can't make out the issue...

    Sean

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    If you really want to go into web design, please, please, please, don't use frames.

    A good post to explain why can be found here:
    http://www.webdesignforums.net/showthread.php?t=26766

    You're not going to find an easy way to get rid of that problem and still keep the two frames inline.
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    Senior Member entity's Avatar
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    You're using frames?
    I absolutely agree with the above. Unless they're iFrames, don't use frames. Ever.
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    I'd avoid frames altogether...

    Do something like this... http://www.seanmiller.net/bits/blom

    Sean


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