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    do iframes and absolute positioning show us while using MACS or netscape?

    Also i want to make an iframe but i dont want the ugly border it creates, Can i repleace that border with one of my own or at lease make is completely invisable (the border that is)

    I also need help on making a normal <a href="...."></a> tag apply to TWO Links, so if you click it two thinks will happen.

    thanks
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    also can someone tell me how this site is going
    http://www.planetnintendo.com/eternaldarkness/
    [Edited by Nigel1985 on 06-16-2002 at 04:18 PM]

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    Originally posted by Nigel1985

    Also i want to make an iframe but i dont want the ugly border it creates, Can i repleace that border with one of my own or at lease make is completely invisable (the border that is)
    <iframe src="blahblah.html" frameborder="0" border="0"></iframe>

    I also need help on making a normal <a href="...."></a> tag apply to TWO Links, so if you click it two things will happen.
    <a href="site1.html" onClick="javascript:window.open('site2.html')">Her e</a>


    also can someone tell me how this site is going
    http://www.planetnintendo.com/eternaldarkness/
    pretty good
    will show other methods later

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    thanks!

    but how do i edit so that link one opens a page in an iframe and page two opens a page in an iframe (a different one)

    i tried this but it didnt work

    <td><a href="POTD.html" Target="Sub" onClick="javascript:window.open('News.html' Target='Main')"><img src="Images/02.gif" border="0"></a></td>

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    try onClick="javascript:window.open('News.html','Main' )"

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    or onClick="main.location='news.html'"


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    ok got it thanks

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    Originally posted by Nigel1985
    do iframes and absolute positioning show us while using MACS or netscape?
    I think iframes don't work in Netscape. Not sure tho'.

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    Iframes only work in Netscape 6.0 or greater...

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    does anyone know why in dreamweaver when i place a layer it always seems to be shifted over 40px in IE, i tried adding margins=0 in the body tag but still no luck

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    Check whether you are using absolute positioning with the style of the layer, and check your padding. Netscape and IE render padding differently, one from the inside of an element and one from the outside. Just use a DIV command with a style such as 'style="position: absolute; top: 10px; left: 40px"' or whatever to get it right. Use z-indices if you have many layers, and try not to throw them over forms, as the forms may show through the layers.

    Good luck,
    Snapcase

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    this is one of the layers
    <div id="Main" style="position:absolute; width:352px; height:129px; z-index:2; left: 283px; top: 569px; overflow: auto;"></div>

    and i have an iframe inside it now look at my site
    http://www.planetnintendo.com/eternaldarkness/

    and you can see that they are suppose to over to the right more

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