HTML – Frames
Here’s an example of how frames are structured in HTML:
<frameset cols="25%, 75%">
In this example, the
<frameset> element is used to define the layout of frames. The
cols attribute specifies the width of each frame, and percentages are used to distribute the available space. In this case, the left frame takes up 25% of the width, while the right frame takes 75%.
<frame> elements are used to define individual frames. The
src attribute specifies the source HTML document to be loaded into each frame. In the example, “left.html” will be loaded into the left frame, and “right.html” will be loaded into the right frame.
It’s important to provide alternative content for browsers that don’t support frames or have frames disabled. This can be done by including a
<noframes> section within the
<frameset> element. The content within the
<noframes> section will be displayed when frames are not supported.
<p>This page requires frames.</p>
Frames also support various attributes like
frameborder that can be used to customize the behavior and appearance of frames.