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    has anyone ever encountered this problem? Is there anyone who can help me out with this? I would greatly appreciate it.

    Thank you very much in advance.

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    Junior Member Ibanez19's Avatar
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    Can you give us an example? If you show me the code, I'm sure I could figure it out for you.

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    Thanks for the responses

    here is the page in question the iFrame seems to be higher on the page in Netscape 7.0

    http://members.rogers.com/paulbiondi...fFire/home.htm

    the code is probably pretty bad so any help you can provide would be totally awesome. thanks.

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    Senior Member Fallout's Avatar
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    I would just use a <div> with its overflow set to "scroll" instead of an iframe - it works better across browsers... and you can probably format it easier.

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    Junior Member Ibanez19's Avatar
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    Yes, I agree, go with the div, that should be better


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