Mombu 2012-02-13 06:41:46
Hi you’all. Anyone out there know how to make frame boundaries invisible so that a home page has a seamless colored background and graphics are superimposed. Thus a .pdf file text should superimpose over the page background without a text-box like boundary. Relatedly, is there a way to make button boundaries invisible so that the text appears seamlessly against the background? That’s assuming I can match the background button color with the page background color.
Kath_howard3 2012-02-13 06:41:47
I don’t quite understand – if the page called into the frame has the same background as the main frameset page, you shouldn’t see a join?
Can you show us a page with the problem?
Mombu 2012-02-13 06:41:52
Hi Kath. The problem is evident at entelechypublishing.com.
Kath_howard3 2012-02-13 06:41:53
Now I’m really confused – that’s not a frameset page.
Kath_howard3 2012-02-13 06:41:54
That’s a table – and the About Us link goes to a completely different page with no way back.
Mombu 2012-02-13 06:42:09
Thanks greatly. I’ve reposted the question using the example of a table.
Also, what browser are you using that displays “a million links to mail.google.com”? Microsoft Explorer does not generate whatever you’re seeing when entelechypublishing.com is opened.
Kath_howard3 2012-02-13 06:42:10
The error console in the web developer extension for Firefox. A small extract:
Murray 2012-02-13 06:42:11
The extract is empty for me, Kath. Is this NNTP vs Webforum stuff?
Kath_howard3 2012-02-13 06:42:13
And a bunch of these:
Kath_howard3 2012-02-13 06:42:15
Since your page is composed entirely of images (in general a very bad idea by the way) could this be the culprit:
Kath_howard3 2012-02-13 06:42:16
I’m blinded by all the smart objects and rollovers – in Firefox, none of them are working anyway.