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Posted by: koolboarder69j
Posted on: Jan 31st, 2007, 2:14pm
Hey! I was wondering - I have a frame on most of my pages, at the top of the page. Is it possible to make that frame scroll with the rest of the webpage?
(eg. when you scroll down, the frame disappears off the top of the screen along with the rest of the page!!)
thanks if anyone can help me!!!!! JAmes
Posted by: Support Staff
Posted on: Jan 31st, 2007, 2:22pm
Hi! The purpose of the frames is to not scroll when the rest of the page scrolls.
You need to remove the frame and to replace the structure with a normal invisible table (with margins =0 ): 1) use Hypertext >Current hypertext properties to setup the top margin to 0 - default is -1;
2) then edit the paragraph style say for the first paragraph - setup the style as [nostyle intab] or, with the ruler that's on the top, set to 0 the left and the right margin of the paragraph
3) then use Insert >Table and say insert a table with 1 column and 2 rows. The top row will replace what is now your frame. You can right click into the table cell in order to decide a color or image background for the table cell.