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9. Frames > 9.3. Selecting Frames and Framesets

Selecting Frames and Framesets

Think of a frame as a mini document window; each frame contains a separate Web page. When you click inside the frame, you can add images, text, and other elements to the page. Click inside another frame to edit that frame’s Web page.

However, since framesets aren’t visible elements of a Web page, Dreamweaver provides a special window—the Frames panel—that provides a simple visual overview of frames and framesets, making it easier for you to select and modify them. To open it, choose WindowFrames or press Shift-F2 (see Figure 9-7).

Selecting a frameset lets you save it and modify its properties, such as frame size and whether or not there are borders, as described in Section 9.5. There are several ways to select a frameset:


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