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  1. Default iframe border color?

    Following is the code I'm using for an iframe. How do I change the border
    color from solid black to #7BBDBC? Replacing the words "solid black" with
    the numbers doesn't do it.

    <iframe name="iwindow" style="border:5px #7BBDBC" scrolling=auto width=580
    height=250 align=middle frameborder=0 src="printpubcontent.html"></iframe>

    TIA,

    Katherine

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    Clips available upon request.
    kfaulk AT dcr DOT net.




  2. Default Re: iframe border color?

    Kay,

    I posted this the other day:

    <IFRAME SRC="pagetodisplay.html" WIDTH=300 HEIGHT=100>alt text here for non
    supporting browsers</IFRAME>

    Available attributes (go in open tag):

    SRC=URI (URI of frame content)
    NAME=CDATA (name of frame)
    LONGDESC=URI (link to long description)
    WIDTH=Length (frame width)
    HEIGHT=Length (frame height)
    ALIGN=[ top | middle | bottom | left | right ] (frame alignment)
    FRAMEBORDER=[ 1 | 0 ] (frame border)
    MARGINWIDTH=Pixels (margin width)
    MARGINHEIGHT=Pixels (margin height)
    SCROLLING=[ yes | no | auto ] (ability to scroll)

    For frame color (example):

    <iframe src="iframepage.html" width="200" height="300" scrolling="auto"
    name="iframelink" frameborder="0" style="border:1px solid #666CCC">

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    "Katherine Faulk" <kfaulk@post-to-newsgroup.net> wrote in message
    news:bjjhou$jot1@news01.netobjects.com...
    > Following is the code I'm using for an iframe. How do I change the border
    > color from solid black to #7BBDBC? Replacing the words "solid black" with
    > the numbers doesn't do it.
    >
    > <iframe name="iwindow" style="border:5px #7BBDBC" scrolling=auto width=580
    > height=250 align=middle frameborder=0 src="printpubcontent.html"></iframe>
    >
    > TIA,
    >
    > Katherine
    >
    > ==========================
    > Katherine Faulk
    > Writer/Editor/Web Designer/Consultant
    > Clips available upon request.
    > kfaulk AT dcr DOT net.
    >
    >
    >






  3. Default Re: iframe border color?

    Check you email, Chuck.



  4. Default Re: iframe border color?

    Hi Katherine
    What I normally do for an Iframe Border
    is use a table cell and Format that Cell
    with a border of my choosing. Then I
    set frameborder=0 and make sure CSS
    is turned on.. No additional script is needed
    and it gives the same effect

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    "Katherine Faulk" <kfaulk@post-to-newsgroup.net> wrote in message
    news:bjjhou$jot1@news01.netobjects.com...
    > Following is the code I'm using for an iframe. How do I change the border
    > color from solid black to #7BBDBC? Replacing the words "solid black" with
    > the numbers doesn't do it.
    >
    > <iframe name="iwindow" style="border:5px #7BBDBC" scrolling=auto width=580
    > height=250 align=middle frameborder=0 src="printpubcontent.html"></iframe>
    >
    > TIA,
    >
    > Katherine
    >
    > ==========================
    > Katherine Faulk
    > Writer/Editor/Web Designer/Consultant
    > Clips available upon request.
    > kfaulk AT dcr DOT net.
    >
    >
    >






  5. Default Re: iframe border color?

    Is there a url I can look at?

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    "Katherine Faulk" <kfaulk@post-to-newsgroup.net> wrote in message
    news:bjlj8s$k545@news01.netobjects.com...
    > Thanks, Mike. I didn't know about doing it that way.
    >
    > Another problem I'm having with the iframe is this:
    >
    > The text box the code is in is on a layout region. Right under that text
    > box, I have another text box containing 4 links, like a horizontal text

    nav
    > bar. But when I move the box with the links to the right in order to line

    it
    > up with the iframe, it makes the layout region expand to the right. It

    does
    > this even though the text box is nowhere near the edge of the layout

    region.
    >
    > It's hard to describe, but if I've made any sense, do you know how I can
    > make the layout region stop expanding?
    >
    >
    >
    >






  6. Default Re: iframe border color?

    Thanks, Mike. I didn't know about doing it that way.

    Another problem I'm having with the iframe is this:

    The text box the code is in is on a layout region. Right under that text
    box, I have another text box containing 4 links, like a horizontal text nav
    bar. But when I move the box with the links to the right in order to line it
    up with the iframe, it makes the layout region expand to the right. It does
    this even though the text box is nowhere near the edge of the layout region.

    It's hard to describe, but if I've made any sense, do you know how I can
    make the layout region stop expanding?





  7. Default Re: iframe border color?

    Hi Katherine,

    Without looking at a url...I'm gonna guess at this only because I did the
    very thing the other day. Check the "width" of your IFrame syntax and also
    check to see on the URL pages you are pulling into the IFrame if those pages
    are centered.

    I found that my IFrame "width" syntax was too wide and was forcing the
    Iframe to expand beyond my page.

    Post an URL so we can double check.


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    || "Katherine Faulk" <kfaulk@post-to-newsgroup.net> wrote in message
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    ||| Thanks, Mike. I didn't know about doing it that way.
    |||
    ||| Another problem I'm having with the iframe is this:
    |||
    ||| The text box the code is in is on a layout region. Right under that text
    ||| box, I have another text box containing 4 links, like a horizontal text
    || nav
    ||| bar. But when I move the box with the links to the right in order to
    line
    || it
    ||| up with the iframe, it makes the layout region expand to the right. It
    || does
    ||| this even though the text box is nowhere near the edge of the layout
    || region.
    |||
    ||| It's hard to describe, but if I've made any sense, do you know how I can
    ||| make the layout region stop expanding?



  8. Default Re: iframe border color?

    The code you inserted contains extra tags that are
    not suppose to be there

    remove the following from the script you inserted


    <body>
    <center>
    </center>
    </body>

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    "Katherine Faulk" <kfaulk@post-to-newsgroup.net> wrote in message
    news:bjnmho$khj15@news01.netobjects.com...
    > Mike and Robin:
    >
    > Thank you for your replies. I got it to stop doing it by increasing the
    > width of the text box that holds the iframe code. I don't understand why

    the
    > width of that affects the behavior of a text box containing text and

    located
    > right below it, but it does.
    >
    > Another problem I'm having is on my Client Access page. I have a login
    > script that I inserted by using ctl + t. Beneath that text box I have
    > another text box containing plain text. In page view the two text boxes

    are
    > as close as possible, but in all other views and local publish, there's a
    > large space between them.
    >
    > You can see it at
    > http://www.nonprofitserviceproviders...nt_access.html
    >
    > How do I remove this large space?
    >
    > TIA,
    > Katherine
    >
    >






  9. Default Re: iframe border color?

    Oops
    spotted one more
    </html>

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    "Mike Kujawa «gotFusion.com»" <newsgroupsupport@gotfusion.com> wrote in
    message news:A921.1063215295.378@gfwebforum.com...
    > The code you inserted contains extra tags that are
    > not suppose to be there
    >
    > remove the following from the script you inserted
    >
    >
    > <body>
    > <center>
    > </center>
    > </body>
    >
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    >
    >
    > Mike Kujawa - Team NetObjects
    > Committed to helping you build better websites
    >
    > GotFusion Professional Membership
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    >
    >
    > "Katherine Faulk" <kfaulk@post-to-newsgroup.net> wrote in message
    > news:bjnmho$khj15@news01.netobjects.com...
    > > Mike and Robin:
    > >
    > > Thank you for your replies. I got it to stop doing it by increasing the
    > > width of the text box that holds the iframe code. I don't understand why

    > the
    > > width of that affects the behavior of a text box containing text and

    > located
    > > right below it, but it does.
    > >
    > > Another problem I'm having is on my Client Access page. I have a login
    > > script that I inserted by using ctl + t. Beneath that text box I have
    > > another text box containing plain text. In page view the two text boxes

    > are
    > > as close as possible, but in all other views and local publish, there's

    a
    > > large space between them.
    > >
    > > You can see it at
    > > http://www.nonprofitserviceproviders...nt_access.html
    > >
    > > How do I remove this large space?
    > >
    > > TIA,
    > > Katherine
    > >
    > >

    >
    >
    >
    >






  10. Default Re: iframe border color?

    Mike and Robin:

    Thank you for your replies. I got it to stop doing it by increasing the
    width of the text box that holds the iframe code. I don't understand why the
    width of that affects the behavior of a text box containing text and located
    right below it, but it does.

    Another problem I'm having is on my Client Access page. I have a login
    script that I inserted by using ctl + t. Beneath that text box I have
    another text box containing plain text. In page view the two text boxes are
    as close as possible, but in all other views and local publish, there's a
    large space between them.

    You can see it at
    http://www.nonprofitserviceproviders...nt_access.html

    How do I remove this large space?

    TIA,
    Katherine



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