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    Hi.. Im 13 and am making a website for a local charity, the website so far looks ok apart from one page.....

    On this page there are two frames, the top [including the nav-bar] and the main content frame...

    When the main content frame is loaded individually it looks ok, however when loaded with the top frame a scrollbar appears along the bottom... Why?

    And is this problem fixable because it spoils the website

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    I don't quite understand this, can you post a URL or source?
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    Ahh...tis a problem with frames. Try to use tables, or divided regions to plan the layout. It's much easier, and it shows up in all browsers. Frames do not. Nice thing to do too...



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    yeah.. its to do with frames.. ill put it so its all on the one page

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    Or you might be able to do something like this:

    <frame name="whatever" src="pagesrc.htm" scrolling="no" noresize>

    Depending on the content this may work, but then again it may cut off stuff. I'm not sure though as I haven't seen the page in question.


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