Never close enough
Ok, recently I have aquired the taste for playing around with frames. My trouble it seems is that for some reason I cannot get my text on the far left to come away from the side, another words... its like very flush against the left side of the screen. It needs a space so that it doesn't look as though it wants to jump off that side of the page.
For instance - pretend that these lines (||) are the borders of my left frame. The way it is now, my text looks like this on the left (|....|) and I want it to look like this: (| ....|)
Below is the code that references the left frame, if someone can tell me what I have set wrong, I would surely appreciate it.
Thanks in advance,
<TITLE> type_Document_Title_here </TITLE>
<!--Notice that you do not need body tags!-->
<!--You must name each frame, so that you have a 'target' to link pages too. -->
<!--The SRC= is from where you would load your HTML page. If you had a page of vertical buttons to go in the left hand frame, it's name would replace blue.html-->
<!--Links from these buttons would include the line 'target=main' to send the linked page to the larger area of the frameset, i.e. main area. replacing red.html as shown here-->
<!--The 120 number is a specific width of the left column in pixels. the * means whatever screen space is left. You can specify percentages of the screen if you prefer as 25%,75% -->
<FRAMESET COLS="150,*" FRAMEBORDER=0 BORDER=0 >
<FRAME NAME="left" SRC="left.html" MARGINHEIGHT=0 MARGINWIDTH=0 SCROLLING=AUTO NORESIZE>
<FRAME NAME="main" SRC="main.html" MARGINHEIGHT=0 MARGINWIDTH=0 SCROLLING=AUTO NORESIZE>
Use this section to tell surfers using older browsers that:<BR>
1) Your browser is incapable of Frames, so they should consider upgrading to a newer version.. or<BR>
2) Add a link to a version of your site that doesn't use frames.