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Language: Web
Expertise: Beginner
Jul 2, 1998

Use Inline Frames for Extra Power

With Internet Explorer (3.x and higher), you can use an inline frame to provide a rectangular area into which you can write or retrieve content. An inline frame essentially opens another copy of the browser with your choice of content at a specific location within an HTML page. You can control whether or not borders and scroll bars appear. For example, the following code will open an inline frame half the width and height of your screen:
 
<div align="center">
<IFRAME SRC="http://www.microsoft.com" WIDTH="50%" HEIGHT="50%">
</div>
Russell Jones,
 
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