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HTML Advanced: Frames : Page 3

Learn how to create framed pages that work well.


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Frame Tags

<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>

You'll use frame tags in two places.



First, you'll use frame tags to create the frameset file. The frameset file contains tags that define what types of rows and columns are part of the frame, gives each of those rows and columns a name, and defines which default content files fill each row and column. The frameset file doesn't contain any actual content—it simply defines the underlying frame grid.

Then, in each of your content files, you'll use frame tags to tell any linked data where it should display—in the current frame or in one of the other frames in the frame set.

You build a frameset with three simple tags. Click on any of the tags to learn more about it.

  • <frameset> announces that this site will display within frames and begins the frameset definition.
  • <frame> describes each individual frame. Each frame in your frameset must have a separate frame tag.
  • </frameset> ends the frameset definition.




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