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I believe I documented this in my Skinny on Skins file available at this link.
Here is the copy from the topic:
Remove the separating border between the Navigation pane and Topic pane
This topic will detail how to remove the border that separates the navigation pane from the topic pane. Why anyone would want to accomplish this is beyond me, but I stumbled across it during research for something else, so I figured I may as well document it. Just in case...
Step 1. Generate WebHelp.
Step 2. Examine the WebHelp output location and locate a file named whskin_frmset01.htm.
Step 3. Edit the whskin_frmset01.htm file with an ASCII text editor. Windows Notepad does a fabulous job.
Step 4. Locate all occurrences of frameborder=\"yes\" and change them to frameborder=\"no\".
Step 5. Close and save the modified whskin_frmset01.htm file and refresh the WebHelp.
*NOTE: The steps above will work for a produced WebHelp system. If you want to ensure that the border is absent for all subsequent generations of WebHelp, you can edit the SkinName.skn file using Windows Notepad and change all instances of frameborder="1" to frameborder="0".
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Thanks Rick that's done the trick.
Hi Rick I'm really confused - this was working great and then one day I made a new skin and the frameborder function was not anywhere to be found. Even weirder, going back to my old skin shows that frameborder isn't in that .skn either?!
Any idea what is going on?