Sets the number and size of vertical and horizontal frames for a compound document. Use the FRAME element within FRAMESET to define the content and properties of the individual frames. You can also nest FRAMESET elements to create frames within a frame.
FRAMEBORDER=NO | YES | 0 | 1
BORDER=pixels Defines the space between the frames in pixels, including the 3D border. For nested FRAMESETS, the border can only be defined for the top-level FRAMESET element.
BORDERCOLOR=color Sets border color and must be used with the BORDER attribute, except for frames. For a complete list of colors, look at the Internet Explorer color table.
CLASS=classname Specifies the class of the tag being defined. This is used to associate a sub-classed style sheet with the tag.
COLS=col-widths A comma delimited list of frames to create. Each item in the list contains the initial size of the column. You can specify the column dimensions by percentage (%), pixels, or a relative size (*)
FRAMEBORDER=NO | YES | 0 | 1 Specifies whether or not to display a border for the frame. "YES" or 1 causes a border to be displayed (default). "NO" or 0 displays no border.
FRAMESPACING=spacing Creates additional space between the frames in pixels.
ID=value An SGML identifier used as the target for hypertext links or for naming particular elements in associated style sheets. Valid ID values must begin with a letter. The underbar character, "_", may be used in the ID name. The ID should be unique throughout the scope of the document. If more than one object with the same identifier exists in a document, a collection of those named items is created that can only be referenced by ordinal position.
LANG=language Specifies which language to use in ISO standard language abbreviation form.
VBS, VBSCRIPT The scripting language is written in VBScript.
ROWS=row-heights A comma delimited list of frames to create. Each item in the list contains the initial size of the row. You can specify the row dimensions by percentage (%), pixels, or a relative size (*).
TITLE=text Used to provide advisory information.
A frameset organizes multiple frames on the screen. Only frames, nested FRAMESETelements, and the NOFRAMES tag are valid within a frameset.
This element is a block element.
Both the start and end tags are required.
<FRAMESET COLS="25%, 50%, *">
<FRAME SCROLLING=NO SRC="graphic.htm">