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  1. #1
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    Hi all,

    Im new here and rather a novice at webdesign/programming. I was wondering if anyone could help me with what seems to be a pretty basic question:

    I have a page that opens to a bunch of movies for which I have written musical scores. That page is located here:

    http://www.andybrick.com/movies.html

    When opened from the link on the main page of my site http://www.andybrick.com the movies.html page opens to a very nice size. The movies.html page is a frameset I made in dreamweaver. The top frame is just the logo, the middle frame is the embedded movie (the middle frame is actually called "right frame" http://www.andybrick.com/movierightframe.html - sorry for that) and the bottom frame (called "left frame" http://www.andybrick.com/movieleftframe.html) is a series of box cover thumbnail jpgs that link to the movie clip targeted for the middle frame.

    The problem is that the second row of thumbnails is not showing in the frame set. It seems the amount of space allotted to the bottom frame is too small. If I resize the window, the middle frame gets more space but not the bottom frame and, as a result I still cant see the thumbnails in the second row.

    Does anyone know how to allot more space to the bottom frame? I did some searching for an answer and I cant seem to find it.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Kindly
    Andy B
    http://www.andybrick.com

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