Using Frames

Using Frames

Frames provide a way to divide a browser window into multiple regions, each of which can display a different HTML document. In the most common use of frames, one frame displays a document containing navigation controls, while another frame displays a document with content.

This chapter contains the following sections:

About frames and framesets

Working with framesets in the Document window

Creating frames and framesets

Selecting frames and framesets

Opening a document in a frame

Saving frame and frameset files

Viewing and setting frame properties and attributes

Viewing and setting frameset properties

Controlling frame content with links

Handling browsers that can’t display frames

Using JavaScript behaviors with frames

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