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Introduction

A Microsoft Office FrontPage 2003 Web site contains frames pages. A frames page is a type of HTML page that breaks up the browser display into different areas, known as frames. Each frame can display a different page. Pages are shown in frames by creating a hyperlink to the page and indicating the frame as a portion of the link. Frames are useful to Web masters because the user interface is stable and the frames contain built-in navigation. Frames pages are used for many different types of Web sites and pages, such as catalogs or sites containing a collection of articles.

Frames pages don't actually contain content; they are holders that indicate which content pages to display within the boundaries the frames page defines. It is much like a picture frame without a picture. For example, you can click a hyperlink within a frame, and have the linked page open in a different frame, called a target frame because it is the target of the link. Frames can also be split (vertically or horizontally), resized, or deleted by dragging frame borders. Frame borders can be seen or hidden by the user. You, as the webmaster, can determine the size of the margins inside each frame, the amount of space between frames, and whether a frame can be resized within a browser or if scroll bars should be included.


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