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HTML5 <frame> tag (abandoned)

May 03, 2021 15:00 HTML5

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Definitions and usages

The label defines sub-windows (frames).

Because of the negative impact of the label on web page availability, the label is not supported in HTML 5. However, you can learn how to use the label in the "HTML slt;frame sgt; tag" section of this site!



This property specifies the document presented by the frame.
This property is used to label frames. If there are no labels, all links open in the frame in which they are located.
This property prevents the user from changing the size of the frame.
This property defines the existence of a scroll bar. I f you do not use this property, the browser places scroll bars on demand. There are two options: "yes" is used to display the scroll "no" even if it is redundant;
This property defines how high the margins are between frames.
This property defines how wide the margins are between frames.
This property allows you to add a border to a frame.

The difference between HTML 4.01 and HTML 5

Labels are not supported in HTML 5.