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Z order for frames

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Hello,
I have a frameset with 3 frames. Is there a way to determine which
frame
remains topmost when a browser is sized smaller than the frames? In
the
linked example, the map remains foremost where I would like to have
the
photos on top [click pointer hands to see photos]
Thanks,
Bill
http://www.montanahi-line.net/
Jan 15 '08 #1
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"Bill" <bj*****@montanaport.netwrote in message
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Hello,
I have a frameset with 3 frames. Is there a way to determine which
frame
remains topmost when a browser is sized smaller than the frames? In
the
linked example, the map remains foremost where I would like to have
the
photos on top [click pointer hands to see photos]
Thanks,
Bill
http://www.montanahi-line.net/

Jan 15 '08 #2

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"Bill" <bj*****@montanaport.netwrote in message
news:d6**********************************@y5g2000h sf.googlegroups.com...
Hello,
I have a frameset with 3 frames. Is there a way to determine which
frame
remains topmost when a browser is sized smaller than the frames? In
the
linked example, the map remains foremost where I would like to have
the
photos on top [click pointer hands to see photos]
Thanks,
Can't be done.

Did you know that Netscape invented frames over a decade ago?
Did you know they then converted their site to use frames?
Did you further know that they re-converted their site to *not* use frames
only six months later?

Google for the phrase "frames are evil" :-)

--
Richard.
Jan 15 '08 #3

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