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Lesson 10. Creating Frames > Checking Frame Content

Checking Frame Content

As you create and edit pages within a frame, it's easy to accidentally place the wrong content in a frame. You can use the Property inspector to ensure that the correct pages will be loaded into each of the frames for the initial view of your Web page.

1.
Select the title frame by clicking the top frame in the Frames panel. In the Src text field on the Property inspector, make sure title_bar.html is selected. If it isn't, click the folder icon to find and select it.

The Property inspector shows Frame properties for the title frame.

2.
Select the nav frame by clicking the bottom left frame in the Frames panel. In the Src text field on the Property inspector, make sure nav_bar.html is selected. If it isn't, click the folder icon to find and select it.

The Property inspector shows Frame properties for the nav frame.

3.
Select the content frame by clicking the bottom right frame in the Frames panel. Next to the Src text field on the Property inspector, click the folder icon to find and select about.html.

The relocation.html was selected because it was the last document that you worked with in this frame. The about.html file is the document you want to appear in the content frame of the final frameset. The Property inspector shows frame properties for the content frame.


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