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Tutorial 24: Fixing Frames with Fixed Positioning

Up until now, the recommendation I've given every person asking me how to solve the problems with their framed pages is "don't use frames." This is a good recommendation and I still stand by it. However, we now have an alternative that you can use instead: CSS fixed positioning.

Fixed positioning allows you to take sections of your document, remove them from the document flow, and make them always stay visible, so that they don't scroll around with the rest of the document. As you shall soon find out, this is a much more elegant and problem-free way of achieving the same effects that we have used HTML Frames for up until now.

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Produced by Stephanos Piperoglou
Created: August 24, 2000
Revised: August 29, 2000