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Chapter 15. Working with Frames > Working with Inline Frames (I-Frames)

Working with Inline Frames (I-Frames)

Originally introduced by Internet Explorer 3.0, I-Frames—inline, or floating frames—were officially adopted in HTML 4.0. This is good news because they're very effective when put to appropriate use. The bad news, however, is that they aren't supported by Netscape 4.61 and other browsers. Because Netscape 6.0 promises to be compliant with standards, they should be supported there. However, early tests with the pre-release version showed no such support.

I-Frames work a bit differently from standard frames. First, you don't create a separate frameset for the frame. You place the I-Frame information directly inline in any standard HTML or XHTMLpage.


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