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by saniamirzaaa » Mon Mar 25, 2019 10:26 am

which frame is using this website https://errorcodeguru.com/ ?
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by casseverhart13 » Tue Apr 30, 2019 8:32 am

This php backend coding is so helpful and informative. Partners Pressure Washing
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by horeakaii » Wed May 15, 2019 12:32 pm

Not really sure but here's one thing to take note:
While frames should not be used for new websites, learning how to use frames can be beneficial for webmasters who are managing older websites.

The Basic Idea Behind Frames
The basic concept behind frames is pretty simple:

Use the frameset element in place of the body element in an HTML document.
Use the frame element to create frames for the content of the web page.
Use the src attribute to identify the resource that should be loaded inside each frame.
Create a different file with the contents for each frame.

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Re: php backend coding

by Chris889 » Fri May 17, 2019 3:11 pm

Web site frames allow more than one web page to be loaded into the same screen area. The frame will load one page into the top or side for use as a menu or navigational area, for example, while a different page with other content or images is loaded at the bottom or middle section of your web browser screen. Web page frames can be designed so they're not easily noticed, so you may not always be aware of when you're looking at a web page that's using frames. Modern web browsers provide you with a menu option that allows you to check and see if frames are being used on any given website.

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