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Working with Frames

Frames divide a Web page into different HTML pages that enable you to present and organize data effectively. Frames enable you to display more than one Web page at the same time on the browser screen. For example, you can divide a Web page into three different sections: a top portion that displays banner adds, a left portion that displays a set of links, and a third portion, which forms the major part of the Web page, that displays dynamic content based on the link selected by the user from the left portion, as shown in Figure 11.19. Therefore, frames enable you to create a clean and easy to navigate site. Frames also help you to load your site faster. For example, if you have a navigation bar that remains static throughout the site, it is better to place this navigation bar in a frame that loads once instead of inserting the navigation bar in every page of the site. This reduces the download time, because the navigation bar need not be loaded each time you move to a new page.

Figure 11.19. This page is divided into two sections by the left and right frames.



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