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Sams Teach Yourself HTML, CSS & JavaScript Web Publishing in One Hour a Day, Covering HTML5, CSS3, and jQuery, Seventh Edition by Jennifer Kyrnin, Rafe Colburn, Laura Lemay

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Lesson 20. Working with Frames and Linked Windows

In the early days of the Web, two significant limitations of web browsers were that they could only display one document in a browser window at a time and that sites couldn’t open more browser windows if needed. The Web has evolved to enable developers to combine web pages in browser windows in all sorts of ways. Inline frames enable you to embed web pages within other pages in the same way you would an image, and linked windows enable you to create links that open pages in new browser windows. These tools offer a lot of power, but improper usage can make your sites far less usable. It’s important to learn not only how to use them, but when to use them. You’ll learn all about the following topics: ...

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