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XHTML Tutorial - Frames

   
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Page with inline frames:

 
Summary
 

In this chapter you have learnt:

  • The <frame> tag sets a single frame in the framed page. The frame tag always goes inside a <frameset> tag.
  • Src attribute of frame tag indicates the URL to be put into the frame.
  • Scrolling means that there should be a scrollbar on the right and/or on the bottom of the screen.
  • Noresize means that the user cannot make the frame bigger or smaller by sliding the borders.
  • The frameset tag defines a general layout of a web page that uses frames.
  • The <noframes> tag holds the text that should be displayed for people who don’t have frames.
  • The <iframe> tag creates a web page, which has an inline frame that contains another document.
 
Review Questions
 

Question 1

Which tag contains the frame tag?

Answer

Frameset tag

Question 2

Which attribute of the frame tag indicates the URL to be put into the frame?

Answer

Src attribute

Question 3

Which attribute of the frame tag is used to prevent the user from resizing the frame?

Answer

Noresize attribute

Question 4

What is the function of the frameset tag?

Answer

It defines a general layout of a web page that uses frames

Question 5

What does the iframe tag do?

Answer

It creates a web page, which has an inline frame that contains another document

 
 
What's Next
 

The next chapter will acquaint you with the basic concepts of style sheets. This chapter will elucidate how to write a style sheet and link that style sheet with an XHTML document.

Hop over to the next chapter to get a close up on style sheets.

 
     

 

 
     
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