HTML Frames

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So what's the news on HTML frames? Are they outdated, out of style?

I'm messing around with a small website I made in HTML which originally didn't have frames, but I'm considering adding them. I'm wondering though is there anything better or more efficient than using frames?
 
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HOLY ****

FRAMES ARE DEPRECATED LIKE WHOA

They also **** up search engines

If you need to display content in a block (like what you would use an <iframe> for), use the CSS overflow-y/overflow-x attribute in a specifically-sized container <div>.

There are better alternatives to framesets anyhow. Having your navigation bar reload every page view isn't a big deal.
 

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Kurt` said:
HOLY ****

FRAMES ARE DEPRECATED LIKE WHOA

They also **** up search engines

If you need to display content in a block (like what you would use an <iframe> for), use the CSS overflow-y/overflow-x attribute in a specifically-sized container <div>.

There are better alternatives to framesets anyhow. Having your navigation bar reload every page view isn't a big deal.
Alright, I need to look more into CSS since I never really learned it extensively. Thanks for the reply.
 

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