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Stacking frames

Stacking frames

Question:
Can you tell me how to stack frames? I am currently using three frames and need to add a fourth. My layout looks like this:

TopLeft    |    Content
I need to stack a frame on top of the left frame.
TopLeft     |    ContentLeft2   |     ”     ”   

Answer:
If you’re trying to create a document that looks like this:

         ________    top |________|  left1 |  |     |        |__|     | content  left2 |__|_____|
You will need to call a separate frameset for the first. The first filecalling the frames would be:

<HTML><HEAD><TITLE>First Frameset, has three frames</TITLE></HEAD><FRAMESET ROWS="110, *" FRAMEBORDER="1" FRAMESPACING=0><FRAME NAME="top" SRC="top.html" SCROLLING="NO"><FRAMESET COLS="205, *" FRAMEBORDER="NO" FRAMESPACING=0><FRAME NAME="left" SRC="frame2.html"><FRAME NAME="content" SRC="content.html" SCROLLING="AUTO"></FRAMESET></FRAMESET></HTML>

The second file, frame2.html, called in the left frame would then call twoframes:

<HTML><HEAD><TITLE>Second Frameset, has two frames</TITLE></HEAD><FRAMESET ROWS=*,*><FRAME NAME="left1" SRC="left1.html"><FRAME NAME="left2" SRC="left2.html"></FRAMESET></HTML>

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