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Chapter 7. Frames > Placing Content in Frames with the <FRAME> Tag

Placing Content in Frames with the <FRAME> Tag

Using <FRAMESET> tags is only the beginning of creating a framed page. After the browser window is split into regions, you need to fill each region with content. The keys to doing this are the <FRAME> tag and its many attributes.

With your frames all set up, you're ready to place content in each frame with the <FRAME> tag. The most important attribute of the <FRAME> tag is SRC, which tells the browser the URL of the document you want to load into the frame. The <FRAME> tag can also take the attributes summarized in Table 7.1. If you use the NAME attribute, the name you give the frame must begin with an alphanumeric character.


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