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bennydog

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I want to create one frame on my site on the right side how do i do this???
P.s Its HTML

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Check THIS out.
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wow trhx this realy helps
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i read it briefly is there a way to put only 1 frame inside a table
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Designing a page in frames is not very efficient. Plus, there is no possible way to have only one frame, that's why they're called frames :tazz:

I guess you should use an iframe

<iframe name="name" src="url.html" frameborder="#" width="#px" height="#px" scrolling="auto">If you see this text, iframes are not enabled on your browser, please update to the newest version of Internet Explorer</iframe>

Although I don't see why you would want it inside a table...
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