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Chapter 14. Frames > Basic Frameset Structure

14.3. Basic Frameset Structure

A web page that is divided into frames is held together by a top-level frameset document.

Frameset documents are fundamentally different from other HTML documents in that they use the <frameset> element instead of a <body> element. The frameset element may not contain any content, but instead it defines and names some number of frames, arranged in rows and/or columns. Each frame is indicated with a <frame> tag within the <frameset>. A frameset document contains a standard header portion (as indicated with the <head> tag).


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