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Lesson 10. Creating Frames > What You Have Learned

What You Have Learned

In this lesson, you have:

  • Created a frameset to define the layout of frames within your document (pages 309–311)

  • Saved a frameset and learned how to save other frames individually, as well as how to save them all at once (pages 311–313)

  • Created frames and nested frames to modify the layout of your page using predefined framesets (pages 313–315)

  • Resized frames by dragging borders in the document window and changing the dimensions in the Property inspector (pages 313–316)

  • Changed frameset and frame properties using the Frames panel and the Property inspector (pages 316–318)

  • Created documents within frames by inserting elements directly into the frames and by opening existing documents in the frames (pages 319–321)

  • Created a navigation bar within a frame that linked to each of the featured pages and caused them to be displayed in the content frame (pages 322–327)

  • Targeted frame content into other frames to control where the pages appear (pages 328–329)

  • Created NoFrames content for browsers that are unable to display frames (pages 329–331)


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