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> How can I correct this?
You can't. That's one of the many problems with frames and why nobody uses them anymore. You will need to move the menu to a point where the dropdown won't interfere with the frame.
Would the easiest way for me to accomplish this goal of a navbar on the left be to use a CSS and place it on each page on the left side in a table? Will that allow me to do what I want to do which is have the bar on the left and then have everything in the mainframe after I eliminate the left frame? Thank you for your help, I appreciate it.
sometimes there is still a solution. Let me/us see what you're talking about with a link to your website.
FRAMES are a bad idea in general. Tables are best used for tabular data such as spreadsheets or charts.
Choose a CSS starter page or layout that provides a left column or sidebar region where you can insert a common navigation menu.
Add commonly used headers, footers, adverts and save it as a DW Template (DWT). Then add some editable regions to your Template for text and images that will change from page to page.
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