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Html tutorial 5

  1. 1. Using Frames in a Web Page Tutorial V
  2. 2. FRAMES are windows appearing within the browser’s display area, each capable of displaying the contents of a different HTML file.
  3. 3. Things to consider before creating your frames: – What information will be displayed in each of the frames? – How do you want the frames placed on the Web Page? What is the size of each frame? – Which frames will be static—that is, always showing the same content?
  4. 4. Things to consider before creating your frames: – Which frames will change in response to hyperlinks being clicked? – What Web pages will users see first when they access the site? – Do you want to allow users to resize the frames and change the layout of the page?
  5. 5. Creating Frame Layout <HTML> <HEAD> <TITLE> Page Title </TITLE> </HEAD> <FRAMESET> Frame definitions </FRAMESET> </HTML>
  6. 6. Syntax: • <FRAMESET ROWS=”row height, row height, row height,…..”> • <FRAMESET COLS=”column width, column width, column width, …”>
  7. 7. Specifying a Frame Source To specify the source for the frame’s content, enter following HTML tag: <FRAME SRC = document> where document is the filename or URL of the page that you want to display in the frame.
  8. 8. Nesting <FRAMESET> Tags EXAMPLE: <HTML> <HEAD> <TITLE> The Colorado Experience </TITLE> </HEAD> <FRAMESET ROWS=”60, *”> <!--- Company Logo ---> <FRAME SRC = “Head.htm”> <!!--- Nested frames ----> <FRAMESET COLS=”140,*”> </FRAMESET> </FRAMESET> </HTML>
  9. 9. Controlling the Appearance of Scroll Bars Syntax: <FRAME SRC=document SCROLLING = value> Where value can be either YES (to display scroll bars) or NO (to remove scroll bars)
  10. 10. Frame’s margin MARGINWIDTH – is the amount of space that appears to the page’s left and right. MARGINHEIGHT – is the amount of space (in pixels) that appears above and below the content of the page margin.
  11. 11. Syntax: <FRAME SRC=document MARGINHEIGHT=value MARGINWIDTH=value>
  12. 12. To keep users from resizing frames, enter the tag: <FRAME SRC=document NORESIZE>
  13. 13. <BASE> tag it appears within the <HEAD> tags of your HTML file and used to specify global options for the page. One property of the <BASE> tag is the TARGET property, which identifies a default target for all of the page’s hyperlinks.
  14. 14. Magic target names are special names reserved by HTML that can be used in place of a frame name as a target for a hypertext link.
  15. 15. Magic Target Magic target name Description _blank Loads the document into a new window _self Loads the document into the same frame or window that contains the hyperlink tag. _parent In a layout of nested frames, loads the document into the frame that contains the frame with the hyperlink tag. _top Loads the document into the full display area, replacing the current frame layout.
  16. 16. <NOFRAMES> tag identifies a section of your HTML file that contains code to be read by frame-blind browsers.
  17. 17. Using Frames Extensions To define a color for your frame borders, use the following tags: <FRAMESET BORDERCOLOR=color> Or <FRAME BORDERCOLOR=color> where color is either the color name or color value.
  18. 18. Using Frames Extensions To change the width of your frame borders, use the tag: <FRAMESET BORDER=value> where value is the width of the border in pixels.
  19. 19. Fin

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