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Building Web Applications with UML by Jim Conallen

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Frames

A controversial element in the HTML arsenal is the frameset. A frameset divides the browser's display area into rectangular regions, each rendering its own HTML document. The frameset tag defines the number of frames the display should be broken into and their sizes or proportions. Separate <frame> tags identify each of the frames with a target name and tell the browser which Web pages to request for each frame when initializing the page. Once a frameset page is loaded, with all of its individual frames loaded as well, the user can work with the page. The user can select a hyperlink in any of the displayed pages. The link might specify a new document for the frame that it is in or a page to be loaded in another named frame.

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