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ffergil
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I wanted an "almost frames" behavior with CSS.

I should behave almost as a page with a fixed header frame at top, a fixed navigation frame at the left and scrolling a contents frame, but each page should be a full page with the full structure, not a frame.

I've got it in Netscape, Mozilla and Opera, but not in IE6, where CSS is not behaving as I expected. I've got probably something wrong, but I can't find what.

For a living demo with all details, please go to http://fftest_1.tripod.com

Can somebody with more experience in the area (I'm a newbie in CSS and HTML, even when I have a long experience in computers) help me?.

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frame-like design with css

Try playing around with this http://stunicholls.myby.co.uk/ffergil/frame.html

The CSS is in the source code so you can change values to get the look you want.

It's not what you do it's the way that you do it.
So do it with STYLE
http://www.s7u.co.uk

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But that is not what I want

Thanks for your tips, but it is the "include" part, not the looks, what I look for.

I'd prefer not to use Server Side Includes.

If my problem is the <object>, (<iframes> is still worst), how do I include an html file within another (for having just once the header, navigation and footer), without getting the borders and scrollbar in IE( my solution is working on the others).

Thanks again