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    Netscape IFrame and NS6

    I'm having trouble with the iFrame tag in Netscape 6 - for some reason the iframe is not displaying...

    here's the code <iframe src="the_html_file" width="98%" height="75%" frameborder="0"></iframe>

    Thanks for your help.

    ~Quack

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    qua...
    mayyybe this link will just a help®...
    http://www.google.ca/search?q=iframe+in+nn6&hl=en&meta=
    just a goodluck® :O)))

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    I've used iframes all the time with no trouble at all in Moz. I always use CSS as opposed to width and height attributes though, but that wouldn't affect it not displaying.

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    What would be the best way to apply CSS to an IFrame?

    Also, what's the proper format for Netscape 4 proofing the IFrame (using ILayer)

    To clarify, where should I put the ILayer tags to correspond with the IFrame tags...

    Code:
    <iframe src="blah"><ilayer src="blah"></ilayer></iframe>
    Would it be something like that?

    Thanks

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    That way seems fine, though it really doesn't matter. The tags are currently mutually exclusive (no browser supports both).

    Anyway, I just go for CSS:

    iframe {
    width: bla;
    height: bla;
    /* etc */
    }

    Or assign it an id and style it from #myid. or a class, and from .myclass

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    thanks jkd,

    I'll give it a try and let you know how it goes...


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