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Introduction

Most of the time when you browse the web, you travel from page to page and the entire browser window changes. Some sites, however, use a layout design that permits some areas in the browser view, such as the logo or navigation, to stay the same while another section—primarily the main content—changes. This type of web page layout uses frames.

When you view a page that is designed with frames, your browser is actually displaying multiple web pages at the same time. Although frame-based pages are not as prevalent as they once were, some designers still use them because they make it possible for certain elements, such as copyright notice, to always be onscreen regardless of the content being displayed.


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