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HTML Noframes Tag Tutorial
Browser SupportThe noframes tag is used to display content or message to users who are not using a frames capable browser.
Because framed sites aren't indexed well by search engines, the noframes element also provides a valuable way to feed content to the search engines, although most webmasters just use it to either tell visitors their browser doesn't support frames or to provide a link to non-framed content.
You can place anything between the noframes tags that you would inside the body element of a normal HTML page. The noframes element is placed inside a frameset, as shown below:
<html> <frameset cols="15%,70%,15%"> <frame src="frame1.htm" /> <frame src="frame2.htm" /> <frame src="frame3.htm" /> <noframes> Sorry, your browser doesn't support frames! </noframes> </frameset> </html>
If you want your frameset to validate you have to use the frameset DOCTYPE. For your convenience I've linked to it below.
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