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Frames in HTML

This section describes how to create framed HTML documents. Frames divide web pages into multiple, scrollable regions enabling you to present information in a more flexible and useful fashion. Each frame can be given an individual URL and name, allowing it to be targeted by other documents. It can also by dynamically resized depending on the user's window size. The Index of the Guide uses frames to display an A-Z section above the main scrollable index.

Currently, frames are only supported by Netscape2 and above, and Microsoft Internet Explorer 3. For some more detailed tag descriptions, see Netscape's Implementation of Frames.

Frames are displayed through a Frame Definition document. The frame definition describes the number and position of the frames and the URL of their contents. You cannot write the contents of the frames within the frame definition - these must always be held in separate documents.