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Using Hidden Frames

You can build frame-based pages another way, too—by placing all the HTML and JavaScript code that you don't want changed into a hidden frame. Depending on the Web browser your users are using to look at your site and how you specify the borders of your frames, this frame may not actually be completely invisible. It might appear as a tiny space with one or two borders shown on it. To specify a hidden frame, add another frame to your frameset, but make sure the other frames take up all the available space. If you are using two frames, for example, as in the following:

<FRAMESET ROWS="50%,50%">
   <FRAME NAME="MyFrame1" SRC="Frame1.htm">
   <FRAME NAME="MyFrame2" SRC="Frame2.htm">
</FRAMESET>


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