Tutorial 14: You've been Framed, Part I - HTML with Style | 2
Tutorial 14: You've been Framed, Part I
In this tutorial we will take a look at one of the more controversial functions of HTML: Frames. This tutorial will form an introduction to the topic, giving you the usual background and technical basics, while a follow-up will discuss more advanced issues.
However, since 90% of the HTML questions that fill my mailbox every day concern frames, I am regretfully forced to deal with them in a tutorial. To appreciate the hatred I harbor against this devilish conception, notice that I've talked about everything else save the incredibly boring topic of character sets, encodings and language before I got round to frames. But, alas, it cannot be delayed any longer.
- The Way the Web was Framed
- Using Frames in HTML
- Providing alternate content for framed documents
- Loading new documents into an existing frameset
Produced by Stephanos Piperoglou
Created: June 30, 1999
Revised: June 30, 1999