differences between Netscape/Mozila and IE

Discussion in 'HTML' started by Mr. x, Nov 28, 2003.

  1. Mr. x

    Mr. x Guest

    Hello.
    I am first using frameset.
    When I do something like this :

    <frameset cols = "*,180" FRAMEBORDER=0 BORDER=0 FRAMESPACING=0
    FRAMEPADDING=0>
    <frame src = "table1.html" SCROLLING="NO" NORESIZE />
    <frame src = "table2.html" SCROLLING="NO" NORESIZE />
    </frameset>


    and in table2.html I do something like this :

    ....
    <table id = "news_border">
    <tr>
    <td>
    <img src = "mygif.gif" />
    </td>
    </tr>
    </table>
    ....

    I see that in IE the right pixel of the mygif.gif is exactly 10 pixels
    greater then if I open the page in Netscape.

    (i.e if the right pixel is in IE at x-position : 700, then in Netscape it is
    690).

    What can I do that the position of the pixel in IE and Netscape will be the
    same ?

    Thanks :)
    Mr. x, Nov 28, 2003
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  2. Mr. x

    Sid Ismail Guest

    On Sat, 29 Nov 2003 00:43:13 +0200, "Mr. x" <> wrote:

    : What can I do that the position of the pixel in IE and Netscape will be the
    : same ?

    Nothing. Allow for it.

    Sid
    Sid Ismail, Nov 28, 2003
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  3. Mr. x

    Mr. x Guest

    I test for image aligned to right,
    so in IE there is no gap to the right,
    but in netscape there is a fixed gap to the right.
    Can I move the margin from the right in Netscape ?

    Thanks :)

    "Sid Ismail" <> wrote in message
    news:eek:...
    > On Sat, 29 Nov 2003 00:43:13 +0200, "Mr. x" <> wrote:
    >
    > : What can I do that the position of the pixel in IE and Netscape will be

    the
    > : same ?
    >
    > Nothing. Allow for it.
    >
    > Sid
    >
    Mr. x, Nov 28, 2003
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  4. Mr. x

    Nico Schuyt Guest

    Mr. x wrote:
    > Sid Ismail wrote
    >> Mr. x wrote:

    <to posting corrected (again and again and again and ...>

    >>> What can I do that the position of the pixel in IE and Netscape
    >>> will be the same ?


    >> Nothing. Allow for it.


    > I test for image aligned to right,
    > so in IE there is no gap to the right,
    > but in netscape there is a fixed gap to the right.
    > Can I move the margin from the right in Netscape ?


    Not if you post on top

    > Thanks :)


    My pleasure :)
    Nico
    Nico Schuyt, Nov 29, 2003
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  5. Mr. x

    Sid Ismail Guest

    On Sat, 29 Nov 2003 01:27:54 +0200, "Mr. x" <> wrote:

    : I test for image aligned to right,
    : so in IE there is no gap to the right,
    : but in netscape there is a fixed gap to the right.
    : Can I move the margin from the right in Netscape ?


    You can try
    <body style="margin:0;">

    Sid
    Sid Ismail, Nov 29, 2003
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  6. Mr. x

    Mr. x Guest

    Where should I use <body style="margin:0;"> ?
    FrameSet doesn't allow the <body section>
    and I try in the inner frame html (i.e. table2.htm),
    but with no change.

    Thanks :)

    "Sid Ismail" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > On Sat, 29 Nov 2003 01:27:54 +0200, "Mr. x" <> wrote:
    >
    > : I test for image aligned to right,
    > : so in IE there is no gap to the right,
    > : but in netscape there is a fixed gap to the right.
    > : Can I move the margin from the right in Netscape ?
    >
    >
    > You can try
    > <body style="margin:0;">
    >
    > Sid
    >
    Mr. x, Nov 29, 2003
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  7. Mr. x

    Sid Ismail Guest

    On Sat, 29 Nov 2003 13:01:45 +0200, "Mr. x" <> wrote:

    : Where should I use <body style="margin:0;"> ?
    : FrameSet doesn't allow the <body section>
    : and I try in the inner frame html (i.e. table2.htm),
    : but with no change.


    Please post at the BOTTOM of the relevant section of the previous post. In
    alt.html, this is the standard:
    http://www.caliburn.nl/topposting.html
    http://www.alt-html.org/index.html#usenet
    http://www.uwasa.fi/~ts/http/quote.html and
    http://www.xs4all.nl/~wijnands/nnq/nquote.html

    Frames? URL?

    Sid
    Sid Ismail, Nov 29, 2003
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  8. First let me note from another message what browsers you are using:

    In article <3fc8a849$1@news.012.net.il>, "Mr. x" <> writes:
    >I have IE 6.0 and netscape 7.1, and Mozilla 1.5.


    "net.il"? You're in Israel? Are you using english or hebrew versions of the
    versions? That also might make some difference with the "dot" and <LI> issue in
    your other thread, depending what char-set or font you are using. Try
    displaying the "dot" bullet with (not including quotes:) "•" and if it
    works, no need for the LI, (but you would need a BR to separate items.) Here's
    a Netscape faqtoid quote:

    "Netscape allows the TYPE attribute to be used within the UL element so that
    irrespective of the indent level, the bullet type can be specified thus :
    TYPE=disc, or TYPE=circle, or TYPE=square." Netscape also allows the use of the
    TYPE attribute in the LI element as well, (but that's a lot of extra typing! :)

    (And now, sneaking back across the border to the current thread:)

    In article <3fc7cfce$1@news.012.net.il>, "Mr. x" <> writes:

    > <frameset cols = "*,180" FRAMEBORDER=0 BORDER=0 FRAMESPACING=0
    >FRAMEPADDING=0>
    > <frame src = "table1.html" SCROLLING="NO" NORESIZE />


    You might try the older FRAMEBORDER="no" in the FRAMESET, instead of or in
    addition to the FRAMEBORDER=0.

    > <frame src = "table2.html" SCROLLING="NO" NORESIZE />


    Grrr... uh... Grin! What's that NORESIZE property doing glaring out at us? But,
    seriously, keep in mind that people using a lower screen resolution, or
    non-maximized browsers may need to adjust the border between frames, or use
    scroll bars, to see some of the content. Never force people to accept your idea
    of how small a frame should be if you don't absolutely need to.

    SECRET SCROLLING TRICK: To see overflow content not visible because of
    non-scrolling or non-resizable frames, position your mouse pointer in an upper
    left blank area of frame, hold main mouse button, and drag down and to the
    right to select/highlight contents until your pointer is at the bottom of the
    frame or slightly beyond, and in good browsers the content will scroll upwards
    to continue the selection, the same as if it had scroll bars. (Assuming there
    is some non-HREF blank space around clickable images, so the browser doesn't
    think you are trying to drag and drop a link to another application. :)

    Shalom. (Happy friendly peace ! :)


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    Richard Clark, Dec 4, 2003
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