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Chapter 10. Enhancing Web Sites with Frames > Creating Custom Frameset Layouts

Creating Custom Frameset Layouts

The basics of this are quite simple. However, things can get confusing when you start customizing the target frames for particular pages (the target frame is the frame in which the page appears when viewed in a browser). Because of this, a concrete example will be used to illustrate the approach.

This example has one frameset—which you'll eventually name frameset.htm—and five pages. One of these pages is a navigation page containing links and resides in the static frame; the other four are content pages. The example assumes that you have created the required pages before constructing the frameset. In the example, the page filenames and their titles are as follows:


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