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Changing Frame size in frameset

P: 54
Hello folks,

I want to chnge the sze of frame in frmeset.
That is on click of a button from top menu i want to make the left bottom frme to occupy the full browser area except the top menu which is also a frameset
is it possible to change frame size by javascript?

Please provide me some solution its urgent
thanks alot in advance
Jan 25 '08 #1
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harshmaul
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P: 490
I have looked into this and its not possible.

you can try exploring the parent dom object (ie document.parent.*) however my advice to you is use divs and hide that using javascript.
Jan 28 '08 #2

P: 54
Thnks alot harsh
I got a silution. its using the line below in javascrpt


top.fs2.setAttribute('cols','100%,*');

fs2 is the name of frameset you want to change the size.
100% to occupy whole window.

Thanks Harsh for taking time and replying..........
Happy Time
Jan 30 '08 #3

P: 1
How exactly you did it? I am looking for the exact solution!
Oct 12 '19 #4

gits
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you might have noticed that this thread is from 2008? so you probably wont't get an answer from the posters here - but to answer your question: the exact solution to the OP's problem obviously is right above your own question in post #3.
Oct 15 '19 #5

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