Using a predefined frameset

Using a predefined frameset

Predefined framesets make it easy for you to select the type of frameset you want to create. If you prefer to design your own frameset, see Designing a frameset.

There are two ways to create a predefined frameset:

  • The Insert bar enables you to create a frameset and display the current document in one of the new frames.
  • The New Document dialog creates a new empty frameset.

To create a predefined frameset and display an existing document in a frame:

  1. Place the insertion point in a document.
  2. Do one of the following:
    • Select a predefined frameset from the Insert > HTML > Frames submenu.
    • In the Layout category of the Insert bar, click the drop down arrow on the Frames button, then select a predefined frameset.

    The frameset icons provide a visual representation of each frameset as applied to the current document. The blue area of a frameset icon represents the current document, and the white areas represent frames that will display other documents.

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    The Frame Tag Accessibility Attributes dialog box appears, if you have set up Dreamweaver to prompt you for frame accessibility attributes (see Optimizing the workspace for accessible page design).

  3. If the Frame Tag Accessibility Attributes dialog box appears, complete the dialog box for each frame, then click OK.

    For more information, see Setting the Frame Tag Accessibility Attributes dialog box options.

    To edit frame tag accessibility attributes, see Viewing and setting frame properties and attributes.

To create a new empty predefined frameset:

  1. Select File > New.
  2. In the New Document dialog box, select the Framesets category.
  3. Select a frameset from the Framesets list.
  4. Click Create.

    The frameset appears in your document and the Frame Tag Accessibility Attributes dialog box appears, if you have activated the dialog box in Preferences (see Optimizing the workspace for accessible page design).

  5. If the Frame Tag Accessibility Attributes dialog box appears, complete the dialog box for each frame, then click OK.

    For more information, see Setting the Frame Tag Accessibility Attributes dialog box options.

    To edit frame tag accessibility attributes, see Viewing and setting frame properties and attributes.



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