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RedHurricane
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hello all!
i've attached a print screen snaphot of my website.
what you see is an i frame sorriounded by a background image. the data in the iframe changes with each link.
i wanted to know if you know any technic or idea on how to make the top (or the whole) iframe fade and blend a little with the bacground image of the page?

thanks!
sarit

(p-s : do you like the layout?)

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i forgot to add the pic :(

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any ideas?

You likely need to start the transition to the iframe about 20px away from the actual edge for the top and sides - that is how I would handle it. Perhaps a fade to white gradient?

DE

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