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HTML Frames Tutorial

Introduction to Frames

Frames are a way of having more than one page within one window. They are often used to have links on the left whilst the main content is on the right. This way your links will always be visible, even while your main page is loading. It also means that you only have to update one page for your links. Choose a link from below to get started with frames.

Contents

This tutorial is split into several parts, which should always be accessible either from this page, or from the top of any page you are viewing (in this section). Below lists the parts along with their title and a brief description of what they cover:

  1. The Basics - Introduces you to how to write basic frames in HTML, and shows you the basic attibutes/values.
  2. Frame Alternatives - Shows you some other possible ways of acheiving a frames effect without actually using them.

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