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Hi, okay, first of all I confess that I am a total newbie, learning HTML
with self html.
The problem, I've  got by now, is that I want to create a page with 3
frames, like self-html shows this here:

So here is what I wrote:

<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Frameset//EN"
   "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/frameset.dtd ">
<title>Text des universellen Titels</title>
<frameset cols="30%,70%">
  <frame src="verweise2.html" name="Navigation">
  <frameset rows="20%,80%">
    <frame src="startseite.html" name="Daten">
    <frame scr="verweise.html" name="2">
    Ihr Browser kann diese Seite leider nicht anzeigen!


(german, as you realize ^^)
okay, all three pages (startseite, verweise, verweise2) are existing, but I
won't see the content of one frame, including the content of verweise.html
I don't see the problem, could somebody please help me?

Re: 3 frames

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hrhr, okay, that's great, I'm sooo evil too... really =P~~

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Oops, I thought everyone'd know about that, it's an online lesson, that
teachs the use of HTML...(maybe it's only a german thing, dunno)
But in my case, it lacks some informations... ;)

So, I'd still like to try with those frames and would be really happy 'bout
any tips
and so long,

4 frames

Hi Susan, I am working with a 4 frames page and cannot see 3 of the frames
(the words "src" are well spelled in my case). If you learn anything about
those "evil" frames, would you tell me please?

Thanks a lot.


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Re: 3 frames

[Sat, 19 Jul 2003 13:52:17 +0200/S. Schnell]
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but I

Your problem is that on the frame with name="2" you have specified scr=
instead of src=.

BUT, if you want to really learn, you should understand that what is
POSSIBLE with HTML is different from what is WISE.  'Frames are evil'
may be an oversimplification, but you should follow the advice of
Richard ('rf) and read up a bit on why frames are discouraged by most
web designers for most applications.  It is tempting to think "I'll
learn the techniques later", but once you have developed a bad habit it
is hard to get rid of it.  An any habit that you develop without
understanding its consequences is Bad.

  Chris Beall

Re: 3 frames

<!-- Generated by AceHTML Freeware http://freeware.acehtml.com -->
<!-- Creation date: 7/20/2003 -->
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8">
<frameset cols="17%,*" framespacing="2" border="8" frameborder="yes"
 <frame name="test1html" src="test1.html">
 <frameset rows="29%,*" framespacing="2" border="8" frameborder="yes"
  <frame name="test2html" src="test2.html">
  <frame name="test3html" src="test3.html">


test1.html>>>>left frame or menu frame.
test2.html>>>>banner frame.
test3.html>>>>body frame.

do yourself a favor and visit the website for the free editor.
has a ton of goodies that wil help a newbee understand the coding.

notice in this version that the "name" comes before the "src" attribute?
could be the reason.

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