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Q1:Why aren't frames created using cells, as tables can be?
A1: Unlike tables, frames must be defined strictly in one direction: horizontal or vertical. It's a different way to subdivide a rectangular area than tables use, but it can be just as effective.

Unless you start with a frames page template, you will create a page with multiple frames one frame at a time. The first two-page frame is loaded, one of those frames splits into two, and so on, until all frames have been developed.

Q2:I created a Web with frames. When I preview it in Internet Explorer, the Address bar does not change when I load different pages in my Web. What's wrong?
A2: The Address bar of a Web browser is not supposed to change as you load pages into different frames. This prevents a user from bookmarking a page contained within a frame rather than loading all the frames. To get a better understanding of why this is important, open the Web that you finished during this hour's workshop. Preview the index.htm page in a browser and then preview the sections.htm page.

The only way for the Web to work correctly is if index.htm is loaded. Loading one of the other pages causes the Web to be displayed without any frames.


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