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Re: Cellpadding or border issue around Positioncap

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  • Robert E Boughner
    ... Thanks for the information. I take it that you don t want the border at all, correct?
    Message 1 of 7 , Apr 1, 2005
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      --- In overlib@yahoogroups.com, "Ask... its that simple"
      <trippingonmynutsack@y...> wrote:
      >
      > > In Netscape 7.2, I definitely see a border. On the left and top it
      > > looks like its black but on the bottom it looks like an "inset"
      > > grayish border. Can you tell us the exact call that you made to
      > > achieve this? It could be that it is the Safari browser that is not
      > > displaying it correctly. In IE6.0 on a Windows XP Professional
      > > machine it appears to have a grayish border around the sroll area.
      > > Once I see your exact call I'll try to get access to a Mac with the
      > > Safari and take a look into it.
      > >
      > > Bob
      >
      > Hi Bob,
      >
      > this is the TD the call is set in:
      >
      > <td width="200"><a href="javascript:;" onMouseOver="return
      > overlib('',CENTER,WIDTH,152,HEIGHT,220,SRC,'dropdo
      > wn.html',FIXY,47,RELX,-22,STICKY,POSITIONCAP,'bott
      > om',CAPTION,' ');"
      > onMouseOut="return nd();"><img src="images/exploreoptions.gif"
      > border="0"></A></td>
      >
      > I've tried adding in BORDER,0 and that does nothing. I actually went
      > into the two scripts and edited where I thought a border may be
      > apparent and it actually fixed a larger border that emcompassed the
      > one that is giving me issues.
      >
      > Thanks for checking it out for me, much appreciated.
      >
      > `Steve

      Thanks for the information. I take it that you don't want the border
      at all, correct?
    • Robert E Boughner
      ... I went ahead under the assumption that you didn t want a border around the IFRAME and I added a new command NOBORDER which suppresses that border. See
      Message 2 of 7 , Apr 1, 2005
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        --- In overlib@yahoogroups.com, "Robert E Boughner" <reboughner@w...>
        wrote:
        >
        > --- In overlib@yahoogroups.com, "Ask... its that simple"
        > <trippingonmynutsack@y...> wrote:
        > >
        > > > In Netscape 7.2, I definitely see a border. On the left and top it
        > > > looks like its black but on the bottom it looks like an "inset"
        > > > grayish border. Can you tell us the exact call that you made to
        > > > achieve this? It could be that it is the Safari browser that is not
        > > > displaying it correctly. In IE6.0 on a Windows XP Professional
        > > > machine it appears to have a grayish border around the sroll area.
        > > > Once I see your exact call I'll try to get access to a Mac with the
        > > > Safari and take a look into it.
        > > >
        > > > Bob
        > >
        > > Hi Bob,
        > >
        > > this is the TD the call is set in:
        > >
        > > <td width="200"><a href="javascript:;" onMouseOver="return
        > > overlib('',CENTER,WIDTH,152,HEIGHT,220,SRC,'dropdo
        > > wn.html',FIXY,47,RELX,-22,STICKY,POSITIONCAP,'bott
        > > om',CAPTION,' ');"
        > > onMouseOut="return nd();"><img src="images/exploreoptions.gif"
        > > border="0"></A></td>
        > >
        > > I've tried adding in BORDER,0 and that does nothing. I actually went
        > > into the two scripts and edited where I thought a border may be
        > > apparent and it actually fixed a larger border that emcompassed the
        > > one that is giving me issues.
        > >
        > > Thanks for checking it out for me, much appreciated.
        > >
        > > `Steve
        >
        > Thanks for the information. I take it that you don't want the border
        > at all, correct?

        I went ahead under the assumption that you didn't want a border around
        the IFRAME and I added a new command NOBORDER which suppresses that
        border. See
        http://overlib.boughner.us/plugins/positioncap_commands.html for more
        discussion. This tends to make the border less pronounced but I still
        see a hint of one because I believe that background of the overlib
        popup is showing through. To eliminate that add CELLPAD,0 and see if
        that helps out.

        Bob
      • Ask... its that simple
        Whoa! Robert, thanks so much! That did fix it & it looks sahweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet now! I can t thank you enough for your help. You are the man! Best regards,
        Message 3 of 7 , Apr 1, 2005
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          Whoa! Robert, thanks so much! That did fix it & it looks
          sahweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet now! I can't thank you enough for your help.
          You are the man!

          Best regards,

          Steve

          --- In overlib@yahoogroups.com, "Robert E Boughner"
          <reboughner@w...> wrote:
          >
          > --- In overlib@yahoogroups.com, "Robert E Boughner"
          <reboughner@w...>
          > wrote:
          > >
          > > --- In overlib@yahoogroups.com, "Ask... its that simple"
          > > <trippingonmynutsack@y...> wrote:
          > > >
          > > > > In Netscape 7.2, I definitely see a border. On the left and
          top it
          > > > > looks like its black but on the bottom it looks like
          an "inset"
          > > > > grayish border. Can you tell us the exact call that you
          made to
          > > > > achieve this? It could be that it is the Safari browser that
          is not
          > > > > displaying it correctly. In IE6.0 on a Windows XP
          Professional
          > > > > machine it appears to have a grayish border around the sroll
          area.
          > > > > Once I see your exact call I'll try to get access to a Mac
          with the
          > > > > Safari and take a look into it.
          > > > >
          > > > > Bob
          > > >
          > > > Hi Bob,
          > > >
          > > > this is the TD the call is set in:
          > > >
          > > > <td width="200"><a href="javascript:;" onMouseOver="return
          > > > overlib('',CENTER,WIDTH,152,HEIGHT,220,SRC,'dropdo
          > > > wn.html',FIXY,47,RELX,-22,STICKY,POSITIONCAP,'bott
          > > > om',CAPTION,' ');"
          > > > onMouseOut="return nd();"><img src="images/exploreoptions.gif"
          > > > border="0"></A></td>
          > > >
          > > > I've tried adding in BORDER,0 and that does nothing. I
          actually went
          > > > into the two scripts and edited where I thought a border may be
          > > > apparent and it actually fixed a larger border that
          emcompassed the
          > > > one that is giving me issues.
          > > >
          > > > Thanks for checking it out for me, much appreciated.
          > > >
          > > > `Steve
          > >
          > > Thanks for the information. I take it that you don't want the
          border
          > > at all, correct?
          >
          > I went ahead under the assumption that you didn't want a border
          around
          > the IFRAME and I added a new command NOBORDER which suppresses that
          > border. See
          > http://overlib.boughner.us/plugins/positioncap_commands.html for
          more
          > discussion. This tends to make the border less pronounced but I
          still
          > see a hint of one because I believe that background of the overlib
          > popup is showing through. To eliminate that add CELLPAD,0 and see
          if
          > that helps out.
          >
          > Bob
        • Robert E Boughner
          ... Glad to have been of help to you. Any time. Bob
          Message 4 of 7 , Apr 1, 2005
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            --- In overlib@yahoogroups.com, "Ask... its that simple"
            <trippingonmynutsack@y...> wrote:
            >
            > Whoa! Robert, thanks so much! That did fix it & it looks
            > sahweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet now! I can't thank you enough for your help.
            > You are the man!
            >
            > Best regards,
            >
            > Steve
            Glad to have been of help to you. Any time.

            Bob
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