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    Hi there, I am compared to most of you, a html noob =]

    Site; http://ssartwork.actionrealm.com/teamdk/main.html

    Probleh; I'm not sure if this is limited or not, but sometimes my news iframe (where the all the news is) sometimes "foldsup" on me.

    This picture illustrates that.

    http://www.forum.shockrealm.com/atta...s=&postid=5834

    The red x is supposed to be all the way down to the red arrow part, but it sometimes messes up and I don't know why. If the page hasn't messed up for you, right click the picture of the week (the dog) and view properties. That often triggers it too.

    I'm all out of ideas, it works fine in mozilla (and to me, that's amazing :P) but it doesn't like IE. =\ Please help.

    By the way, I'd like to know what font this site uses, it's so nice =]

    Thanks!

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    maybe try setting the iframes height and width to a numerical value as opposed to a percent, maybe that will work.
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    also i think that the font used for the threads (if that is what you mean) is Trebuchet MS.
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    i am using IE 6 and works fine for me

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    i am using IE6 but when i click on the properties for that picture the iframe shrinks otherwise it is fine.
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    Originally posted by jravenscroft
    maybe try setting the iframes height and width to a numerical value as opposed to a percent, maybe that will work.
    Yeah I've tried that, but it then messes up in mozilla. I don't understand why it would do this, I think it's a bug. This is the first time I've managed to get it to work in both browsers, then this comes up. Bleh, hopefully someone like filburt can come help:cry:

    Also regarding the post above;

    Even when I just load the picture (and don't do the right click properties thing) it sill does it.

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    not many people use mozilla and of the people who do who is going to check the properties of that picture?
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    That is extraordinarily weird (Properties collapses the iframe). Maybe it's so far as a bug in IE
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    Raven; it happens even when you don't do that.

    "Even when I just load the picture (and don't do the right click properties thing) it sill does it."

    :P

    Bleh, this stinks. I'll try to figure out something =\

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    very strange
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