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HTML Advanced: Frames

Learn how to create framed pages that work well.


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rames let you divide an HTML page into different areas, each displaying different content. If you are using a frames-compatible browser (Netscape Navigator 2.X or IE 3.X or later) you are seeing this section in frames. The table of contents to your left is in one frame. The words you are reading right now, are in another frame.

<frameset cols="XX,XX" or rows="xx,XX">
<frame src="URL" name="frame-name" marginwidth="X" marginheight="X">
<frame src="URL" name="framename" marginwidth="X" marginheight="X">
</frameset>

Designing with Frames