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9. Frames > 9.4. Saving Framesets and Frames

Saving Framesets and Frames

It’s always a good idea to save Web pages as soon as you create them. Furthermore, you probably do some of your most important formatting, such as choosing a background color, right at the beginning, and you don’t want to lose that in a crash or power failure. Finally, you need to save your frameset and all pages contained in it before you can even preview the frameset.

To save a frameset, select it using any of the methods described above. Then choose FileSave Frameset (or, to “spin off " a copy of the one you’ve opened, Save Frameset As). The first time you save a frameset, the Save dialog box opens. Name the frameset page and save it in your Web site folder. Although frameset pages have special properties, they’re still just Web pages, and they still end in the appropriate extension (.html or .htm for regular Web pages, or one of the extensions—.asp, .php, and so on—used for the dynamic pages described in Part VI of this book). You can save them anywhere in your site folder (see Section 14.1 for some filing tips).


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