TextBox properties.

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    How can we get the textBox properties like its x co-ordinate and y co-ordainate in a HTML page, I use Javascript for scripting. When i tried using element.offsetLeft and element.offsetTop, it is giving proper result but, when i use it with in a little complicated frameset, it is giving me 1 and 1. Actually i am using this inside a browser(Firefox) window opened for a content management system, OpenCms. Can any one help??
     
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