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From: Angus Leeming (angus.leeming_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-10-03 14:16:43

Daryle Walker wrote:
> I've seen some web pages that use CSS to define two "frames" seamlessly,
> but
> in the same file. See the <> page mentioned in
> another thread. That looks cooler, and it degrades better when printing
> (or
> for accessibility). You can also have the two columns next to each other
> without the "frame" effect, _and_ without a huge "table" layout. See the
> various pages at <> for that effect, including
> mastheads.

Jonathan, I don't know if this is any use, but the pages do not
use frames at all, yet have a menu that is fixed when the page is
scrolled. The effect is similar to the one you achieve using frames.


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