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Old February 24th, 2008, 06:48 PM
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Default build a frameset for header and forum body

I am looking to change the following page to use two frames rather than an iframe as I am using just now.

http://www.ayrshireminis.com/mini/en/forum2.php

The following code doesn't display it really, how would I do this?

Code:
<frameset rows="25%,75%" frameborder="0">
<frame src="http://www.ayrshireminis.com/mini/inc/header2.php" noresize scrolling="no">
<frame src="http://www.ayrshireminis.com/mini/phpBB2/index.php" noresize scrolling="no">
</frameset>
I'm just looking for a frame at the top for the header menus and then a body frame for the forum.

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Why don't you edit the phpBB template and add your header and the link row instead of using frames?

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