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davemitc@gmail.com 04-15-2006 03:33 PM

Frames and scrollbar question.
 
<cfoutput>
<FRAMESET FRAMESPACING="0" BORDER="false" ROWS="50%,*" FRAMEBORDER="0">
<FRAME NAME="frame1" src="./something1.html">
<FRAME NAME="frame2" src="./something2.html">
</FRAMESET>
</cfoutput>

I want to open frame2, but not see the horizontal scroll bar. Can this
be done?

Also, can someone tell me what cfoutput does?


Neredbojias 04-15-2006 08:09 PM

Re: Frames and scrollbar question.
 
To further the education of mankind, davemitc@gmail.com declaimed:

> <cfoutput>
> <FRAMESET FRAMESPACING="0" BORDER="false" ROWS="50%,*" FRAMEBORDER="0">
> <FRAME NAME="frame1" src="./something1.html">
> <FRAME NAME="frame2" src="./something2.html">
> </FRAMESET>
> </cfoutput>
>
> I want to open frame2, but not see the horizontal scroll bar. Can this
> be done?


Yes.

> Also, can someone tell me what cfoutput does?


No.

--
Neredbojias
Infinity can have limits.

Beauregard T. Shagnasty 04-15-2006 08:39 PM

Re: Frames and scrollbar question.
 
davemitc@gmail.com wrote:

> Also, can someone tell me what cfoutput does?


Google indicates you should probably consult your Cold Fusion manual.

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=cfoutput

--
-bts
-Warning: I brake for lawn deer

dorayme 04-15-2006 11:34 PM

Re: Frames and scrollbar question.
 
In article
<1145115193.747343.253890@e56g2000cwe.googlegroups .com>,
davemitc@gmail.com wrote:

> <cfoutput>
> <FRAMESET FRAMESPACING="0" BORDER="false" ROWS="50%,*" FRAMEBORDER="0">
> <FRAME NAME="frame1" src="./something1.html">
> <FRAME NAME="frame2" src="./something2.html">
> </FRAMESET>
> </cfoutput>
>
> I want to open frame2, but not see the horizontal scroll bar. Can this
> be done?


What do you mean, you want to open frame2? You open the frameset
and see the frames. You want to just see one of the frames? In a
new window? In the same window? (where did you get this
border="false"?

In regard to the frameset at least, the HTML 4 specs says:

scrolling = auto | yes | no

This attribute specifies scroll information for the frame window.
Possible values

auto: This value tells the user agent to provide scrolling
devices for the frame window when necessary. This is the default
value.

yes: This value tells the user agent to always provide scrolling
devices for the frame window.

no: This value tells the user agent not to provide scrolling
devices for the frame window.

--
dorayme


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