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9. Frames > 9.5. Frame and Frameset Properties

Frame and Frameset Properties

After creating a frameset, it’s time to take charge of the size, look, and contents of its frames. Dreamweaver treats framesets and frames as separate objects, each with its own set of properties. When you select a frameset or frame, using any of the methods described above, you can view and modify its properties in the Property inspector (see Figure 9-9).

Tip

In general, it’s better to set a frameset’s properties before fine-tuning its frames, since some frameset properties affect the properties of individual frames.

Frameset Borders

Borders are intended to visually separate one frame from another, but professional Web designers generally shun their amateurish 3-D appearance and the boxy designs they create (see Figure 9-2).


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