Set specifics of a frame within a frameset. Must be placed within frameset tags.

Attribute Description
bordercolor Changes the color of your border from the default. Use a numeric, hexidecimal, or named value.
class Classify or name your elements. For instance, if you classify several paragraph elements the same name, using CSS it is possible to give them all the same styles in one line of code.
frameborder For use with frames, 0 being no border, and 1 being with a border.
height Define an element's height using a numeric pixel value or a percentage.
id Specify an ID for your elements.
marginheight Define a numeric pixel value for the vertical margin.
marginwidth Define a numeric pixel value for the width of your margins.
name Choose a name for an element. Names can be used with other web programming languages to unify your site or run scripts obtaining user info.
noresize Disables the user from resizing an element.
scrolling A yes value always allows scrolling; a no value disables scrolling; and an auto sets the browser to auto detect.
src Provide a source URL for images or other content. Use local URLs or internet URLs.
style Used to create inline styles such as CSS.
title Places a "pop-up" title for an element upon mouse over. Similar to "help" pop-ups in word programs.
width Define the width of an element with a numeric pixel value or a percentage.


<frame src="http://www.google.com/">
</frameset>A single frame setup.


A single frame setup.

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