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    browser sizing?

    I need to make a picture fit the width size of a browser with no gaps on the sides or have any scroll bars on the browser. i set the movie size in lash and then framed the picture so that its exactly the same size as the movie. when i test it in the browser, there are gaps on the sides. i make the movie bigger and the picture wont fit but the gaps are still there. how do i fix that? thanks

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    To fill top and left gaps ( due to browsers default gap of 2 pixels).
    In body tag..

    marginheight=0 marginwidth=0 leftmargin=0 topmargin=0

    -Pelle Piano
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    Body tags

    Im sorry, where do you find the body tags and where do you put the text that you wrote. im sure it has a very distinct place to be put. i think i know how to edit the code of the html page. its in notepad i believe. there are to body tags. one has a slash and the other one doesnt does the text go between that. and if so does the text need any symbols around it. thanks

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    Senior Member pellepiano's Avatar
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    It should look something like this.....

    <BODY bgcolor="#000000" marginheight=0 marginwidth=0 leftmargin=0 topmargin=0>


    ... below is the end of the body tag. Disregard this
    </BODY>

    -Pelle Piano
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    // Photo Blog
    http://talesofthepixel.blogspot.com

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    thanks

    thanks it was a great help and i learned alot. feel like i have a little more control over alreaddy a beast. later.

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