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So, You Want Some more Frame Commands, Huh?
by Joe Burns, Ph.D.
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Make cell borders big or small using: BORDER="--": Denotes space between frames with: FRAMESPACING="--": Denotes the width in pixels.  

 

 

 

 

 

 
Change cell margins with:
MARGINHEIGHT="---"
MARGINWIDTH="---"
Denote margins in pixels.  

 

 

 

 

 

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Notice above that you can change the frame size by placing your cursor on the vertical line and pulling it one way or another. You can't do that with the line between this cell and the one on the right. That's because I placed NORESIZE="yes" in the FRAME command.  

 

 

 

 

 

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     This page appears to be 7 hits: The frame page, then the six that fill the cells. Not so. This page is actually only two hits. I'm using different sections of the same page to fill different cells. Here's how I did it:
     First, create the different page sections that will fill the cells by making one long page. Slice up the page into sections by denoting each new section with this:

<A NAME="codeword">

     Make each section a different code word. Then when you create the FRAME page, call for each different section using the page URL, then a "#" mark, then the code word. Like so:
<FRAME SRC="page.html#codeword">

     You can split one page up into as many different cells as you want. Just keep using different code words. The only downfalls I've found is that you will always get a scroll bar, and sometimes losing the scroll bar will also eliminate the text. Try it for yourself and see what happens.
     Also, I put about 10 of these between each page section:
&nbsp;
<P>

That little combination keeps putting spaces between sections so words don't bleed over from cell to cell.

Thanks for coming.