Framed layouts are ones in which the browser window is broken into multiple regions called frames. Each frame can contain a distinct XHTML document, enabling you to display several documents at once rather than just one (see Figure 3.18).
You need to know only a few elements to set up a framed page. These elements are covered in this section.
▸ To learn more about using frames, see Chapter 7, "Frames"
When implementing framesets in XHTML, make sure you are using the XHTML Frameset ...