Setting the Border Color
Netscape also supports the ability to change the color of a frame's border. The BORDERCOLOR property can be applied either to an entire set of frames (within the <FRAMESET> tag) or to individual frames (within the <FRAME> tag). The syntax for this property is:
where color is either a color name or a color value.
You will now change the color of the logo frame border to blue. Return to the hautedhideaways.html file in your text editor. Within the <FRAME> tag for the Logo frame, enter the property BORDERCOLOR=BLUE>. Save your file and view it in a browser. If you are using Explorer, you will not see any change. View your page in Netscape to see if your border color has changed to blue.