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JavaScript and Frames
JavaScript: A Beginner s Guide
Key Skills & Concepts
An Introduction to Frames Accessing Frames Changing Frames Frame Navigation
lthough using frames to create Web sites typically isn t recommended, because of usability and accessibility issues, occasionally they (especially inline frames) are the right choice to achieve particular purposes You can perform some helpful tasks with frames in JavaScript This chapter provides a basic overview of frames and then explains how you can access frames from other frames You ll also learn how to change one frame from another frame, and then you ll use some fun frame navigation tricks Finally, you ll learn how to use variables across frames to store and retrieve information
An Introduction to Frames
The decision of whether or not to use frames on your Web site is up to you It depends on your navigational requirements and other Web site issues you might have If you don t know anything about frames, learning some basic information will help you determine whether they would be useful to you If you re already comfortable using frames, you can skim this section or skip it entirely However, if you have little or no experience with frames, you should read this introduction to frames thoroughly Frames can get quite messy, especially when you add JavaScript to the picture
Purpose of Frames
Frames divide a window into two or more separate areas (a frameset), each containing different content This differs from tables in that the divisions in a frameset each contain a separate Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) document, and you can change one of the sections without affecting the other sections
NOTE
Each frame shown on a Web page is actually a separate HTML document
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Figure 15-1 A frameset containing two frames For example, Figure 15-1 shows a Web page with two frames Each frame is actually a separate HTML document The HTML document that creates the frames uses a set of <frameset> and </frameset> tags to create a frameset Frames have several applications For instance, you can use them to create a site-wide navigation system, or you can create a reference system where the table of contents is in one frame and the corresponding content appears in another
The Code Behind the Frames
The frameset begins, setting up two frames from left to right
The following code contains the frameset element It puts together the number and structure of the frames that will be shown when the document is opened
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<html> its URL are set The second frame <frameset cols="20%,80%"> and its URL are set <frame src="frame1html"></frame> <frame src="frame2html"></frame> The frameset ends </frameset> <noframes> Sorry, your browser does not support frames Use the link below to go to the frameless version of the site<br /> <a href="noframeshtml">Frameless Site</a> </noframes> </html>
This code creates a basic frameset that produces a smaller frame on the left side of the window and a larger frame on the right Here s how it works:
1 The opening frameset tag tells the browser that a frameset is to begin Notice that it replaces
the body tag used in a regular window
JavaScript: A Beginner s Guide
2 The cols attribute of the opening frameset tag tells the browser the window will be divided
into two columns (which move from left to right) The first column (left) is to take up 20 percent of the screen space, while the second column (right) is to take up 80 percent of the screen space
3 The first frame tag creates the first frame on the page The browser displays the frames from
left to right, top to bottom, in the order that they appear in the source code Thus, this frame is in the top-left portion of the page which, in this case, is just the left side of the page
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