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Usage Recommendation
use it if you use Frames

<NOFRAMES> holds text that should be displayed for people who don't have frames. A large percentage of people on the web don't use browsers which can read frames. You can avoid leaving out those people by using <NOFRAMES>.

<NOFRAMES> should be used in the same document as <FRAMESET ...>. <NOFRAMES> should be inside the outermost <FRAMESET ...> element.

this code produces this

     <FRAME SRC="recipetitlebar.html" NAME=TITLE>

     <FRAMESET COLS="20%,*">
          <FRAME SRC="recipesidebar.html" NAME=SIDEBAR>
          <FRAME SRC="recipes.html" NAME=RECIPES>

<H1>Great Recipes</H1>
No frames?  No Problem! Take a look at our 
<A HREF="noframesrecipes.html">no-frames</A> 


this page

Of course, if your browser can do frames, you won't see the content of the <NOFRAMES>, but it looks something like this.

The proposed specifications for HTML 4.0 state that <NOFRAMES> can also go in the <BODY ...> element of a regular page. This allows you to add some content that was originally intended for another frame. Unfortunately, most of the browsers don't recognize this construct, so the content of <NOFRAMES> will be visible to the users.

this code produces this
<TITLE>Example of NOFRAMES in the BODY</TITLE>

<H1>My Home Page</H1>

regular BODY contents

this set of frames

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