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Framesets - Why Can Some Controls Cross Borders?

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What is the difference between controls that can cross frame borders and
controls that cannot? I just observed that the list portion of a drop-down
list will extend across the border of a frame, whereas all menu systems I've
seen do not allow for the crossing of frame borders. What determines which
controls can and which cannot cross frames?

Thanks.
Nov 18 '05 #1
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Guadala Harry wrote:
What is the difference between controls that can cross frame borders and
controls that cannot? I just observed that the list portion of a drop-down
list will extend across the border of a frame, whereas all menu systems I've
seen do not allow for the crossing of frame borders. What determines which
controls can and which cannot cross frames?

Thanks.


I don't know the official explanation but I've read somewhere that the
DropDown control comes from Windows itself and a textbox comes from
Internet Explorer.

It has something to do weith that.

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Nov 18 '05 #2

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