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Review answers

A1: You will find a set of ready-made frame layouts in the Frames set of the Objects palette.
A2: Select the frame. In the Frame Inspector, choose Pixel from the Width or Height pop-up menu, and enter the number of pixels in the text box.
A3: Select the frame border. In the Frame Set Inspector, select the Border Color option, and then click on the color field to open the Color palette. Use the sliders in the color palette to choose a color, type in a hex value or choose from the recent colors list in the Color palette.
A4: Select a frame. In the Frame Inspector, choose Yes from the Scrolling pop-up menu.
A5: Select a frame. You can fill it with content:
  • By browsing for a file in the Frame Inspector.

  • By using the pick whip button on the Frame Inspector to link to a file.

  • By dragging a file from the site window to the frame.

A6: Click the Preview tab of the document window, or double-click on the page icon in a frame to open its content file in another window.
A7: You add a ForceFrame action to the head section of a page to make sure that the page is always viewed as part of a frame set, rather than as an individual page filling the browser window.


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