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  1. #1
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    Unhappy iframe help

    ok i got a really bad problem

    i have a website which uses iframes, and well a forum loads within an iframe, which works fine.

    But i have a problem, i dont want the iframe to be a particular size, i want it to grow with the document.

    Is there a way to do this. As otherwise i have to make the frame fit on an 800 x 600 screen size, then if you view the site in anything higher, it looks tiny

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    Frames suck and are no longer compliant with the latest recomendation issued by the W3C. CSS and XHTML will od this for you.

    If you insist on using frames, use a percentage.

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    javascript somehow

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    Why not just specify "auto" in the .css. You are using .css right?
    Sara

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