Frameset & IE

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I already posted because I have found a terrible bug in IE's way to
present framesets... what's wrong with that frameset definition?

<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Frameset//EN"
" ">

     <script src = "javascript/functions.js" type = "text/javascript">
<frameset rows = '15%,*'>
  <frame src = 'banner.php?start=yes' name = 'banner'>
  <frameset cols = '25%,*'>
    <frame src = 'navigation.php?table=gebaeude&id=0&level=0' name =
    <frame src = 'display.php?welcome=yes' name = 'display'>

    <p>Ihr Browser kann diese Seite leider nicht anzeigen!</p>


On the left (navigation) frame, when there are many elements (taken
from database), it gets really bad when scrolling... text/pictures
melt together, it's really terrible...

Please, don't post "don't use frames"... it was not my choice. I have
to. And I have never seen such a horrible bug before...

Thx for answering


Re: Frameset & IE

Safran von Twesla wrote in message ...
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Well for a start you don't need any reference to <script> in the frameset

Remove this line ...

<script src = "javascript/functions.js" type = "text/javascript">

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That will involve the HTML to that frame only

Do you have a URL you can post?

'Tis easier to diagnose problems that way  :~)

Re: Frameset & IE

On Thu, 29 Jan 2004 17:55:09 GMT, "Steve R."

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Sorry, that was my mistake, I made a wrong copy/paste-action.. I
wanted to put the <style>-tag... I saw, it doesn't work neither. IE is
still not "reading" the style sheets...

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Well, here:

Click on the cross. After two times you come to the "second level"...
when scrolling, you'll see horrible things... on IE only!!!


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