FRAMEBORDER declares if there is a border around the frame.
(or the older
1) set the border to on. They are the default.
0) set the border to off (which often still a thin gray bar).
A border is invisible only if all frames which touch it are set to
<FRAME SRC="fbRow2.html" FRAMEBORDER=NO>
<FRAME SRC="fbRow3.html" FRAMEBORDER=NO>
Like with its cousin
<FRAMESET FRAMEBORDER="...">, the borders often aren't really
invisible, they are just thinner gray bars. There are also inconsistent results among browsers with
FRAMEBORDER. In particular, MSIE reacts in a slightly more logical manner than Netscape. In MSIE, if
two adjacent frames have
NO, then the border between them is missing, even if that border
touches other frames where it is visible. If two adjacent frames have
FRAMEBORDER one on and one off,
the border in between is dim, indicating that it is "sort of" off.