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    I have designed a frame based site on PC and have viewed it on a Mac running IE5.5. The problem I am having is that on PC the borders hae been set to 0, but on the Mac they still show up. Is there any way I can hide the borders so that the frames fit together seamlessly as they do on PC?

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    Most definitely! I use IE5 on a Mac reguarly and view many sites (including one I authored) that where the frame does not have a border. Can you post your code or give us a URL?

    I'm no HTML guru - that's for sure, but here is an example of some code that works just fine in IE5 for Mac

    <FRAMESET rows="1*,406,1*" border="0" framespacing="0" frameborder="NO">
    Last edited by freakysid; May 9, 2001 at 03:28.

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    Thanks

    Thanks very much, I had set all the frame borders to 0, but not the FRAMESET border.

    Worked first time. Thanks very much
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