Frames Tutor - Templates
Click on a template, then view source* to see how it was done.
|Template 1||Template 2||Template 3||
|Template 4||Template 5||Template 6|
|Template 7||Template 8||Template 9|
|Or... download a zip file containing ALL templates so you can mess around with them.|
Alter the frame dimensions as needed. Be sure to test your creation through a range of screen resolutions. If you don't, you run the risk of things looking pretty messed up to a lot of people.
*View source: Most (if not all) browsers allow you to view the source of any HTML document. It's a menu item, usually something like View/Source. Do this and the innards of any web page is there for you to inspect. In addition, most browsers also allow you to view the source of individual frames. Just right-click in a frame and look for something like "View Source". Once you learn this little trick, you'll never again have to say... "I saw [insert neat effect here] on a page and I wondered how they did that."
|Lessons: Intro 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19|
|Frames Templates HTML 4.0 Reference Barebones HTML Guide|