How to Use the HTML <base> Tag
The base tag helps Web designers work on testing servers without having to do a lot of editing when a page is ready to go live. Plus you can use it to change the default frame target.
HTML frames are a part of the HTML specification. While some people hate them, they are still very useful in certain situations. And if you want to be an expert at HTML, you should understand at least the basics of HTML frames.
Include HTML in Many Documents Using Frames
Learn how to use Frames to include portions of HTML in multiple Web documents while only editing the portion once.
Frames FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions About HTML Frames
Frequently asked questions about HTML frames
Learn how to use HTML frames, including how to target links to specific frames and how to use the noframes HTML frames tag.
Noframes - The Key to Usable and Accessible Frames
Noframes helps you provide a site even if your customers can't use frames. Get help learning to use one of the lesser used frames tags - noframes.
frameborder - HTML Attribute
Description of the frameborder attribute.
Create frames of your web pages with the HTML FRAMESET tag.
border Attribute for FRAMESET
Learn about the border attribute for the FRAMESET tag
The FRAME tag creates frames within a frameset. This is a description of the HTML FRAME tag.
Description of the NOFRAMES tag to create accessible HTML framesets.
HTML Frames and Website Optimization (Speed)
Learn how HTML frames affect the speed of your web pages, and what you can do to improve them.
Targeting Links in HTML IFrames and Frames
Make the links in your frames open in a new frame or the existing one. Using targets is important if you keep your navigation in a frame. Learn how to make your links in your navigation frame open in your main frame.