HTML Frames Challenge
Create a 2 window frame with a navigation (links) window and a main window. Load 8 search engine links into the navigation window. These links must be organized in a table with 8 separate cells. Set the table border = "1". Target the main window for the links to load.
A few notes on frames
Beyond the basics attributes of rows and cols the following attributes are applicable (use them after the rows or cols attributes <frameset rows="150,*" scrolling=no>)
|Used within frame src||yields|
|marginwidth=0||Content flush to side edge|
|marginheight=0||Content flush to top edge|
|scrolling=no||No scroll bar|
|scrolling =auto||Scroll bar if required|
|noresize||Prevents a frame from size modification|
|Used within frameset||yields|
|border=0 (N)||No border|
|frameborder=0 (IE)||No border|
|Note: you may be able to get away with using border=0 or frameborder=0, but it is recommended that you include both to ensure that various versions of Netscape and MSIE recognize the tag.|
There are several ways to nest (or divide) frames. The process described below is the probably the simplest approach. It involves thinking similar to creating HTML tables.