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Lesson 9. Creating Frames > What You Have Learned - Pg. 177

Creating Frames 177 4. JavaScript, image maps, and other types of complex elements. Some Web sites use NoFrames content to provide simple alternative pages or to direct users to a text-based version of the Web site; other sites use NoFrames content to display a message to users that the site is only avail- able to frames-capable browsers. Choose Modify > Frameset > Edit NoFrames. The document window changes to hide the NoFrames content and returns to the normal view of the frameset document. When you finish editing the NoFrames content, you might be inclined to close the window because you can't see the original document. If you do, you will close the frameset and all the frame pages. You will then have to open them up again if you wish to continue editing them. NOTE What You Have Learned In this lesson, you have: · Created a frameset to define the layout of frames within your document (pages 194­196) · Saved a frameset and learned how to save other frames individually (pages 196­197) · Resized frames by dragging borders in the document window and changing the dimensions in the property inspector (pages 198­200) · Changed frameset and frame properties using the Frames panel and the property inspector (pages 201­202) · Created documents within frames by inserting elements directly into the frames and by opening