HyperText Markup Language/Frames

In older HTML, frames were a way to make a section of the webpage constantly visible. It involved multiple pages shown in separate subwindows. Usage of frames has been deprecated and should never be used.

Frames have been replaced by a combination of Cascading Style Sheets and AJAX scripting, as they keep a more suitable method of keeping or updating content on the screen.


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