Now that you have framed someone that you know, you should be relatively comfortable with the way frames are offered in FrontPage. Frames are a good example of the manner in which software such as FrontPage can simplify Web development by handling things behind the scenes.
During this chapter, you added frames to a Web and explored how they can be used instead of shared borders. You learned how to change a frame's size, yank out its scrollbars, and determine whether people should be able to move its borders around while viewing the page.
Frames take up a lot of real estate on a browser window, so there's definitely a tradeoff when you use them instead of shared borders or tables.