Lesson Created by Patricia Janann Nicholson
|1. Using Frames in a Web Page||2. Creating a Frame Layout|
|3. Controlling the Appearance of Frames||4. . Controlling Frame Margins|
|5. Creating a Home Frame Using an Image Map Made In Fireworks||6. Adding Pizzazz to Your Home Page|
|7. Nesting <FRAMESET> Tags||8. Controlling Frame Resizing|
|9. Create a Background for Your Three Frames Pages||10. Creating Six Additional Web Page|
|11. Working with Frames and Hypertext Links||12. Specifying a Link Target|
|13. Using the <NOFRAMES> Tag||14. Using Frame Extensions|
|15. Setting the Border Color||16. Setting the Border Width|
|21. Create a Movie in Flash||22. Insert a Background Sound|
One of the most popular tourist companies, Vacations are Us, wants to expand their tourist business to capture a corner of the market that is becoming increasingly popular, haunted vacations and attractions. They have ask you to create a Web page separate from their home page with a button that links back to Vacations are Us, which is already in existence (http://www.vacationsareus.com). They want to name this branch of their business Haunted Hideaways and Happenings and have laid out the following specifications:
You will get a more in depth description of how this will look as you move through the activities in this lesson.
Introducing Frames/Chapter 5
Different from the simple web design used in Just Plain Stupid, this Web design will utilize frames. Frames are windows appearing within the browser's display area, each capable of displaying the contents of a different HTML file. The layout you will use appears on page 5.6 in your textbook. When planning your frames Web page, you will need to decide which frames will be static-always showing the same content and which frames will change in response to hyperlinks being clicked.