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Frames allow for the display of several HTML pages within the same browser window. Each frame is independent of the others.

Note: HTML5 does not support the <frame>, <frameset>, and <noframes> tags.

The following example shows the HTML code for two frames:

<frameset cols="30%,70%">
  <frame src="frame1.htm" />
  <frame src="frame2.htm" />
</frameset>

<frameset>

The <frameset> element holds two or more frame elements. Each frame element holds a separate document. This element is used to indicate number of rows or columns there will be in the frameset.

<frame>

The <frame> element defines one particular window (frame) within a frameset. Each frame element holds a separate document.

<noframes>

The <noframes> element is used for browsers that do no support frames.

Important: The <body> tags cannot be used with <frameset> tags. However, when using <noframes>, the text must be enclosed within the <body></body> tags.

The following example shows the use of <noframes>:

<html>
<frameset cols="30%,70%">
  <frame src="frame1.htm" />
  <frame src="frame2.htm" />
<noframes>
  <body>
    Frames not supported
  </body>
</noframes>
</frameset>
</html>


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