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Frameset: no scrollbars. How?

lg
I want to have absolutely no scrollbars in my frames. I have

<frameset cols="298,298">
<frame src="test.htm" noresize>
<frame src="bar4.htm" noresize>
</frameset>

I still see vertical scrollbar. test.htm and bar4.htm have stuff that don't fit
to the frame but I still want to have no scrollbars. Can it be done?
Aug 11 '07 #1
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In our last episode,
<h7********************************@4ax.com>,
the lovely and talented lg
broadcast on comp.infosystems.www.authoring.html:
I want to have absolutely no scrollbars in my frames. I have
Frames are harmful to the web. Please do not use them.
<frameset cols="298,298">
<frame src="test.htm" noresize>
<frame src="bar4.htm" noresize>
</frameset>
I still see vertical scrollbar. test.htm and bar4.htm have stuff that
don't fit to the frame but I still want to have no scrollbars. Can it be
done?
I do not see any indication that you have ever heard of or read a spec,
but what do you think section 16.2.2 of the 4.01 spec says? How do you
interpret it so that you cannot answer your own question?

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Aug 11 '07 #2
lg
Lars Eighner <us****@larseighner.comwrote:
>In our last episode,
<h7********************************@4ax.com>,
the lovely and talented lg
broadcast on comp.infosystems.www.authoring.html:
>I want to have absolutely no scrollbars in my frames. I have

Frames are harmful to the web. Please do not use them.
> <frameset cols="298,298">
<frame src="test.htm" noresize>
<frame src="bar4.htm" noresize>
</frameset>
>I still see vertical scrollbar. test.htm and bar4.htm have stuff that
don't fit to the frame but I still want to have no scrollbars. Can it be
done?

I do not see any indication that you have ever heard of or read a spec,
but what do you think section 16.2.2 of the 4.01 spec says? How do you
interpret it so that you cannot answer your own question?
Thank you for your reply.
As you suggested I googled the spec section and there it was. I do casually edit
HTML pages but I am a novice in this regard. I got the help I needed.

But man, chill out! Grab a beer or something.
Aug 12 '07 #3

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