McWebber Frames Tutorial
Thanks to AOL member TERRIKOWAL
for writing this section
What are frames?
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Frames are much like split screen video. You can separate your web page
into two or more pages on one screen, allowing viewers to scroll one page,
while the other remains intact. Using frames you can divide pages into
multiple, scrollable sections.
Some of the features of frames are;
- using links to open pages in one frame while the others remain intact
- implementing navigation bars
- using a frame to list table of contents
How do frames work?
It takes at least 3 html pages to make frames work, the two (or more) that
make up the contents of the page, and one page with codes to link the frames
all together, called a Frame Document. In
a Frame Document, the <BODY> tag is replaced with the <FRAMESET>
tag. Here is a simple Frame Document:
or url of first frame" NAME="MENU">
or url of second frame" NAME="MAIN">
We hope this helps you with your frames.
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