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Part III: Building Your Site > Creating Sites with HTML Frames

Chapter 12. Creating Sites with HTML Frames

IN THIS CHAPTER

  • Defining frames, and how to decide if you should use them or if you should give your users options to avoid them

  • Adding frames to your site, including the frameset elements and the target attribute

  • Advanced frames issues, including special targets and inline frames

For a long time, Web authors were plagued with a particular problem—they wanted to display many similar documents via their Web sites, offering common controls (in the form of hyperlinks or imagemaps) that quickly allowed the viewer to move through the pages. For instance, imagine you’re designing a site that displays a number of very similar documents, such as articles, and you’d like the visitor to have a standard set of hyperlinks that can be used to view the next document, the previous document, or a particular article.


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