Frame (transitional only)
This element is used to create a window region that is able to display its own content. It can also be referenced according to the name assigned to it. Used in conjunction with the frameset element.
<frame class="class name(s)"** frameborder="0 | 1"** id="unique identifier"** longdesc="url"** marginheight="pixels"** marginwidth="pixels"** name="identifier"** noresize** scrolling="auto | no | yes"** src="url"** style="style information"** title="text"** >
‡ = Required attribute
** = Transitional only
Explanation of attributes
class**: used to state which class(es) the element belongs to. It is possible to indicate more than one class for an element by separating each class name with a space character. This attribute is normally used in combination with a stylesheet in order to associate the elements with particular styles defined within the stylesheet.
frameborder**: used to specify whether or not the frame should be surrounded by a border. The value 1 sets the frame to on, whereas 0 sets it to off. The default value is 1.
id**: used to specify a unique alphanumeric identifier to the element. This is usually used in combination with stylesheets in order to apply a style to one particular instance of an element. Only one element, regardless of type, can be given a particular id.
longdesc**: this is used to indicate the URL of a webpage containing a long description of the content of the frame. This should be used in conjunction with the title attribute.
marginheight**: used to set the distance in pixels between the content of the frame and its top and bottom borders.
marginwidth**: used to set the distance in pixels between the content of the frame and its left and right borders.
name**: used to identify the frame amongst other frames. This is how frames are identified in links when opening a page in a specified frame.
noresize**: this attribute is used to specify that the user cannot resize the frame. This means that the frame is of a fixed size. This is a minimized attribute shortened from noresize="noresize" and is used in its place.
scrolling**: used to specify whether a frame should be scrollable or not. The possible values are: yes, no and auto. 'yes' means that scrollbars will always be present whether they are required or not, whereas 'no' prohibits scrolling even if it is in fact required. The value 'auto' means that the browser chooses whether scrollbars are required or not and only inserts them in cases where they are.
src**: this attribute is used to specify the source URL of the resource to be displayed within the frame. Where this attribute is not supplied the frame will simply be left empty.
style**: used to specify an inline style to apply to the element. The styles defined here override the styles declared in the header section.
title**: used to define an advisory text that may be displayed as a tooltip when a mouse is used to hover over the element.
No event handlers are defined for this element.
|Basic element support|
The browser icons are explained in the below list:
= Microsoft Internet Explorer 6+
= Netscape Communicator 4
= Mozilla and Netscape Navigator 6+
= Opera 7+
= MSN TV (aka. WebTV)
= Konqueror 3.0+