Controlling Frame Content with Links
After you have created the content document pages, you need to link the navigation elements to those pages that should display in the content area of your Web page. To get the content to appear in its proper location, you need to target the link to the desired frame.
When previewing your frames pages in the browser, you might get a dialog box informing you that all the frames need to be saved. Click OK to save all frames and the frameset.
When you click the About link, the AboutGreen.html document displays in the content frame.
If your pages don't appear in the frames you expect them to, check to see that you have selected the correct frame from the Target drop-down menu in the Property inspector for each link .
The links should open all the pages in the content frameif not, you need to correct the target using the Target menu for any links that do not open in that frame.
Creating NoFrames Content
In Dreamweaver, you can create content that is ignored by frames-capable browsers, and is displayed in older and text-based browsers or in other browsers that do not support frames. This information, called NoFrames content, is also used by search engine spiders, screen readers, and portable Internet devices that do not support frames. The NoFrames content you create is placed in the frameset file. When a browser that doesn't support