Your first page looks something like this:


<html>
<head></head>

<frameset rows="20%,*">
    <frameset cols="25%,35%,45%">
        <frame src="fr_file_index.html" title="Files">
        <frame src="fr_class_index.html" title="Classes">
        <frame src="fr_method_index.html" title="Methods">
    </frameset>
    <frame  src="files/rdoc/rdoc_rb.html" name="docwin">
    <noframes>
          <body bgcolor="white">
            Click here for a non-frames
            version of this page.
          </body>
    </noframes>
</frameset>

</html>

in the frameset that contains the three columns change it to something like:

    <frameset cols="25%,35%,45%">
        <frameset rows="50,*">
          <frame src="file_title.html" scrolling="NO">
          <frame src="fr_file_index.html" title="Files">
        </frameset>
        <frameset rows="50,*">
          <frame src="class_title.html" scrolling="NO">
          <frame src="fr_class_index.html" title="Classes">
        </frameset>
        <frameset rows="50,*">
          <frame src="method_title.html" scrolling="NO">
          <frame src="fr_method_index.html" title="Methods">
    </frameset>

where file_title.html, class_title.html and method_title.html are static
pages that contain your titles text. The rows="50,*" represent the
fixed height of the row (50 pixels).  I also put scrolling="NO" so
no scrollbars appear in the title frames.

-Rich

> -----Original Message-----
> From: dave / thomases.com [mailto:dave / thomases.com]On Behalf Of Dave
> Thomas
> Sent: Monday, January 07, 2002 10:20 PM
> To: ruby-talk ML
> Subject: Re: [ANN] RDoc Alpha-6 available
>
>
> "Rich Kilmer" <rich / infoether.com> writes:
>
> > break each title into their own frame with a fixed height
>
> But how do I know the height?
>
>   "MultiLength attribute values may be an integer in pixels, a
>   percentage of the horizontal or vertical space, or a relative length"
>
> Or should I use bitmaps for the text?
>
>
> Pragmatic (HTML Challenged) Dave
>