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frameset


UNSUPPORTED
in HTML5

Tag Description

The frameset tag is used to define a frameset. The frameset element holds two or more frame elements. Each frame element holds a separate document.

The <frameset> element indicates how many rows or columns there will be in a frameset.

This tag has the form:

<frameset cols="column width list" rows="row width list">
</frameset>

Note: The <body> element cannot be used together with the <frameset> element.

HTML5 and HTML4.01 Differences

Not supported in HTML5.

Attributes

Attribute Value Description
cols pixels
%
*
(default: 100%) Specifies the number and size of columns in a frameset. Multiple values are separated by commas
rows pixels
%
*
(default: 100%) Specifies the number and size of rows in a frameset. Multiple values are separated by commas

Global Attributes

Attribute Value Description
class classname Sets the classname of the element
id id Sets a unique id for the element
style style_def Sets the inline style of the element
title text Sets extra information about the element

Event Attributes

Attribute Value Description
onload script Executes script when a document loads
onunload script Executes script when a document unloads

Examples

The following example shows the basic use of this tag:

<html>
  <frameset cols="30%,70%">
    <frame src="left_frame.htm" />
    <frame src="right_frame.htm" />
  </frameset>
</html>

Browser Support

Chrome Firefox IE Safari Opera

Doctype Declaration Support

The following table lists the doctype declarations this element may appear in:

HTML4.01 / XHTML1.0 XHTML 1.1 HTML 5
Traditional Strict Frameset

Miscellaneous Information

Defined In: HTML4.01
Empty Tag: No


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