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Unformatted text preview: TASK Creating BASIC Frames Creating frames can be the hardest thing to do in HTML, why? Becaus e a slight mistake, space, or even if you look at it the wrong way, cause s it not to work, I kid you not! Having said that, they can be extrem ely useful. In order to com e to an understanding of forms, I will firstly do a basic FRAME, and then we will look at a more advanced frame. FRAMES What Tags do we need?= <FRAMESET Cols="50%,50 % "> <FRAMESET Rows="50%,50 % "> <FRAME SRC="PAGE_A.htm> <FRAME SRC="PAGE_B.htm> </FRAMESET> What do they do? = FRAMESET tells us we are using frames, COLS=50%,50% tells us how much of the scre en each frame takes up. ROWS is if you want rows instead of columns for frames. FRAME SRC tells us what to load into a frame and where to find it. /FRAMESET ends the whole proce s s (closing TAG) Using the Tag It must be reme m b er e d when creating two frames that we need three HT docum ents, 1 as a frame holder, 2 as the docum e nts to go into the frame holde can't have only 2, as then you don't need frames). Page 56 FRAME HOLDER Becaus e of the complexity of frames, this example is done step by step in more detail than previously. The Above window shows the basic frame holder which I have called FRAMEHOLDER.HTM. All of the TAGS (incidentally, they are som etime s called FLAGS) are in...
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This note was uploaded on 07/01/2011 for the course COMP 103 taught by Professor Mulhimaldoori during the Spring '11 term at American Dubai.
- Spring '11