Chapter 27. Dividing a Page into Frames
If you've hit frame-based pages in your browsing, you know that they're cool. They make your display look like the control panel of a jet fighter ”so many different, independent chunks of information stimulating your brain at one time. (If you're not sure what I mean, peek ahead to Figure 27.1.)
Figure 27.1. A frame-based page.
It's like the picture-in-picture feature on a new television, for people with eyes so info -hungry that just one program ”or one page ”at a time provides inadequate sensory input. Of course, frames also greatly expand the author's ability to offer a variety of page-navigation scenarios to visitors .