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Chapter 7. Framesets > Understanding Frames

Understanding Frames

Frames are essentially several documents contained inside one container document, typically called a parent frame. Refer to Figure 7.1 to see an example of four different HTML documents. At first glance, it may appear as if only three documents are in the browser, but remember that an HTML document holds the three together, thus making it four separate documents.

Figure 7.1. This document is cut into three sections. Each section is a separate, independent HTML document being held together by another HTML document that you can't see, called the parent frame.



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