How can I eliminate all the borders from the webbrowser?
I am making a portfolio in HTML with a lot of pages with small pictures in it. If you click on a small picture you go to a large picture which I want to be on the screen without any border around it.
So my question is: how can I make the browser invisible while showing the content?
Look on this page for a detailed description of my problem and examples how I want to use it.
Any help on this would be greatly appreciated.
Float the larger image above the documnet using the dom: http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamici...htmlwindow.htm
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Thank you for your quick reply. The only problem is that I cannot find the solution for my problem in your reply. The google window which opens in your example is stil just a window with it's own top border. It is also draggable and resizeble, which is not necessary for me. It should just be filling my screen entirely. If I make it full screen then it fills the parent window, not my entire screen. This means I have not less but even more border around my content. Or am I using your script in the wrong way?
You don't have that kind control over other peoples browsers, but
you can make your own display as you like:
just set your picture to be your desktop background.
Last edited by mrhoo; 03-13-2006 at 02:38 AM.
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