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Hi All,
1) I just uploaded one website, which included Frames header,sidemenu and footer. My problem is when I am seeing in my computer it is very good( my computer screen is wide in screen wise). But when I am seeing in my colegue computer which is relatively smaller than mine, the header frame is seeing to be half( So much part is missed), Becuase I choose in frame Scroll properies for Header is Never, so it is not coming, But I dont understand why it is? How can I resove. Because in webpage header normally not having scroller, Is there any solution for seeing total page?
2) One more things when I am uploading the page all pages are uploaded but, when I am seeing they are not seeing in the .com site. I puzzled. The links are correct and it is coming correct in local, even though the page is uploaded it is not seems to be in site.
Please solve my problem.
Thank you
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I'm not sure about your first problem, but I think I can help with the 2nd. Pages that you have previously viewed may be stored in the cache, so you are not seeing HTML changes that you have just uploaded. If you are using IE browser, go to Tools -> Internet Options. Click on settings. There you can set your caching options. You can also Delete temporary Internet files. You can also do this with Netscape, Mozilla, etc.
If none of this works, just verify that you are uploading to the correct directory. Verify the timestamp matches the one on your local machine. Seems obvious, but it is a common mistake.
Hope this helps!
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Make sure the files are in the right places....that can cause them not to show up. Also make sure thew links are pointing to the right spots
set the upper frame to auto for the scrollbars. It will give the smaller windows the ability to see the whole thing.
When designing a site, I would always design it for 800X600 so it will look good on all monitors no matter what the resolution is.
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