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I am trying to redesign the website that is used by the company I work for. The company would prefer it if I could make them a site that uses frames. This is so it will be relatively easy to change/update pages. I am not very experienced with using frames, but I have made some good progress so far. I have two questions that I cannot seem to find the answer to.
1. How do you add a border with a radius around a framed website?
The design that my company liked had a border around it with rounded edges to frame the site. I have no problem doing this in CSS with a regular website. However, I cannot get the border to show up around the framed site.
I have tried putting a border around the framed page using CSS. I have also tried adding the border to select parts of the framed page. (For example: a rounded border on the top, left, and bottom of the left frame panel.) This does result in a pseudo-border around the site, but the radius does not show up. It is just a rectangular outline.
2. Is it possible to have two overlapping background images?
There is a strong vertical line and horizontal line on the page as design elements. I would love to have those lines stretch infinitely across the background. I know how to do this with one image, but can you layer background images on top of each other?
My idea for a solution would be a set of GIF images with transparent sections. One image would be the horizontal line and the other image would be the vertical. The place where the two lines meet is a part of the website, so I am not worried about where these images will overlap since they would be in the background.