I'm not seeing any frames being cut off in Safari on your .mac page...<br><br><br><br>As far as the other page goes. First of all, there is a "hidden" frame in the top left corner (just below the top frame that goes all the way across) that contains a file named "FILLER/black.html". The frame size is set to zero, so it shouldn't even be there to begin with.<br><br>Then, if you look at the code, it's wrong. The syntax isn't correct with some of the tags, because I open it in GoLive and the frame borders are clearly set to a default number (6) and not hidden. When I adjusted them to not show and saved it, then viewed in Safari, they looked just fine.<br><br><br>Click here to visit me.
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