Wagga Wagga Web Developers

A frame is a part of an HTML page used by Wagga Wagga web developers on which another HTML page can be displayed. The individual segment is referred to as a frame, the definition of all frames as a frameset.

The frame technique was introduced by Netscape Navigator 2.0 in and is now supported by most browsers. The W3C has standardized the frameset in the versions of HTML 4.0 and XHTML 1.0. In HTML5 the frame technique is not applied. One advantage is the ability to display a plurality of parallel individual documents. This makes it possible to reduce the browser data transmitted from the web server dataset and it is a modularization of a website without server-side technologies.

Thus, for example, the navigation is managed centrally in an HTML document and must not be inserted on each new page. A further advantage is that only the most current frame is scrolled while other frames are unaffected.

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