Tag FRAMESET

Description
Defines the structure of the frames on the web page. Frames divide the browser window into the separate areas, which are located close to each other. Self-contained web page, which is defined by tag <FRAME>, is downloaded to each of such areas. With the help of frames the web page is divided into two or more documents, which usually contain site navigation or its content. Frame work allows opening of the documents in one frame, while following the link from the other frame.

Some peculiarities of using the frames:

- search engines works poorly with the frame structure, because there are no links to another documents on the pages, which contain the content;
- frames hide the address of the page, which the user visits and it is defined by the tag TITLE. Frames show only the site address;
- great number of frames require more memory than normal for the browser;
 
Parametrs
Border border weight between frames
Bordercolor colour of the bound line
Cols defines weight and proportions of frames in the form of columns
Frameborder defines whether to display the border or not
Framespacing analogue of the border parameter, defines bound width
Rows defines size and proportions of frames in form of lines
Closing Tag
Is optional
The Description of Tag <FRAMESET> Parameters
BORDER Parameter
Description
Defines the bound weight between frames. Line is imaged as three-dimensional by default. Use bordercolor and border parameters to adapt it on your own.
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Arguments
Any positive integer. Value 0 hides the border.
Default value
Depends on the browser and operating system
Analogue CSS
border
BORDERCOLOR Parameter
Description
Defines the colour of invisible bounds between frames. You can change the colour of parent element FRAMESET with the help of child tag FRAMESET or individual element FRAME. Opera browser ignores this parameter.
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The value of the colour can be defined in two ways.
The colour value can be defined in two ways.
    1. By its title.
    Browsers support some colours by their titles.
    2. By hexadecimal value.
    The numbers in the hexadecimal code are used for defining the colours. Hexadecimal system is based on the number 16. The numbers will be the following: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, A, B, C, D, E, F. The numbers from 10 to 15 are substituted for Latin letters. The numbers more than 15 in hexadecimal system are formed by addition two numbers to one.
Default value
Depends on the browser and the operating system options
Analogue CSS
border
COLS Parameter
Description
Defines the size or proportions of frame columns in the structure . If several columns are created, the certain value should be defined for COLS parameter. Three variants are used for this, they are the following:
size in pixels
size in percents from available file width
asterisk symbol, which defines the whole available width, which is left after indicating the size in pixels and percents.

If it is necessary to define the frame size of defined width, use the value in pixels. Use percents to divide frames proportionally. Asterisk symbol is used to assign the rest of the place for the frame.

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Arguments
The values, which are separated by commas in pixels, percents or asterisk symbol.
Default value
100%
FRAMEBORDER Parameter
Description
Defines whether to show the bound between frames or not.
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Arguments
The values yes and 1 can be used to show the border or no or 0 to hide it.
Default value
This parameter is disabled by default.
Framespacing Parameter
Description
This parameter is used to define the bound size between frames.
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Arguments
Positive integer. In case framespacing="0" Opera browser hides the bounds between frames, and Internet Explorer defines their parameters by default. This attribute is ignored by Netscape browser.
Default value
2
ROWS Parameter
Description
Defines height and proportions of frame in <FRAMESET> structure in the form of lines. If several lines are created, the certain value must be defined for rows parameter.</FRAMESET>

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Arguments
The values separated by commas in pixels, percents or asterisk symbol.
Default value
100%
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