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Chapter 8. Positioning Controls > Understanding the Window

Understanding the Window

The browser window is where all the action takes place for Web pages. Within its rectangular confines, everything that you can present to the viewer on the other end is displayed. You can open multiple windows, resize and position windows on the screen, and even break the window into smaller windows called frames. Everything that you present, however, is displayed within a browser window (Figure 8.1).

Figure 8.1. The browser window. The element on the gray background has been moved from its normal position to 130 pixels from the top and 190 pixels from the left.



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