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frames: getting rid of a blank space

Hi,

I wonder why I can't get rid of a blank space between two frames:

http://www.ammon-web.de/jost/alt/test/frame1.html consists of
http://www.ammon-web.de/jost/alt/test/navebar.html and
http://www.ammon-web.de/jost/alt/test/lmp-2.html

The idea is that I can have an independent navebar that I need not change
at the top of each screen, but I don't want it to be perceived as a frame.

Obviously there is some minor entry that causes the effect, but I can't
find it.

Thanx for help,
Jost

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Jul 20 '05 #1
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Jost Ammon wrote in
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Hi,

I wonder why I can't get rid of a blank space between two frames:

http://www.ammon-web.de/jost/alt/test/frame1.html consists of
http://www.ammon-web.de/jost/alt/test/navebar.html and
http://www.ammon-web.de/jost/alt/test/lmp-2.html

The idea is that I can have an independent navebar that I need not
change at the top of each screen, but I don't want it to be perceived
as a frame.


I know it's not exactly what you asked for but, if you are simply using
frames to avoid putting the menu on each page, you'll save yourself all the
hassle that frames bring by using SSI instead. It is dead easy.
http://bignosebird.com/sdocs/include.shtml

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Jul 20 '05 #2
Am Sun, 09 May 2004 17:23:29 +0100 schrieb PeterMcC:
Jost Ammon wrote in
<pa****************************@nexgo.de>
Hi,

I wonder why I can't get rid of a blank space between two frames:

http://www.ammon-web.de/jost/alt/test/frame1.html consists of
http://www.ammon-web.de/jost/alt/test/navebar.html and
http://www.ammon-web.de/jost/alt/test/lmp-2.html

The idea is that I can have an independent navebar that I need not
change at the top of each screen, but I don't want it to be perceived
as a frame.


I know it's not exactly what you asked for but, if you are simply using
frames to avoid putting the menu on each page, you'll save yourself all
the hassle that frames bring by using SSI instead. It is dead easy.
http://bignosebird.com/sdocs/include.shtml


Yes, this is exactly what I want, but for the moment I don't find it so
"dead" easy. I found that setting the margins for the document to 0 did
the trick.

thx,

Jost

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Jul 20 '05 #3

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