Frames delineate, outline, and give structure to HTML documents while providing for movement of information within and between the frames. In this extra chapter, we discuss the common ground between Netscape and Microsoft implementations of frames and show you, step by step, how you can use frames to enhance your Web pages.
This extra CD-ROM chapter gives you a basic understanding of frames. If you like what you see in this chapter and want to find out more about the really down and dirty details of frames, check out Chapter 3 of our companion book MORE HTML For Dummies, 2nd Edition (IDG Books Worldwide, Inc.).
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Revised -- January 16, 1998