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Chapter 7. Frames

The Web-page elements known as frames are both alluring and confusing. They're alluring because they can display multiple Web pages in a single browser window—one independent Web page per frame. Clicking a link may change the page in one frame, while leaving the contents of all the other frames untouched.

Frames offer an easy way to compartmentalize different elements within a single browser window. For instance, you can create separate pages for navigation, banners, and articles. Each can appear in its own frame, with its own scroll bars (see Figure 7-1).


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