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    Hi, I have a page with 2 frames, in the one frame i have a table with 100 rows and 12 columns...( its a long calendar) i set the border color and width on this table..and the prob is that in the dreamweaver it looks fine..but when i preview, some cells have the border blue color and width, and then other cells have a white border, and also some cells disappear ( looks likes 1 cell goin across all 12 colums sometimes....how is this possible??

    please help..its looks really bad..thanks!:cry:

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    Senior Member ericbusch's Avatar
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    Please send a link to this page you are talking about so i can see it and look at the code.
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    Well actually what i did was, i just put 1 character in ea. cell..and now its all fine..if i do run into any more probs..i will let you know...thanks for the fast reply though!

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    I do have one prob though. How do i link from a reg. html page to a page within the frames..???

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    Use the following code in your links:
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    <a href="page.htm" target="mainframe">Page.htm in main frame</a>
    There you go. .
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