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Microsoft FrontPage 2003

Editing the No Frames Message

When a web browser that is not capable of viewing frames tries to access a frames page, a message appears indicating that the page cannot be downloaded. FrontPage has a default message that appears when a frame page cannot be viewed; however, you may also create your own message.

return to topViewing the No Frames Default Message

  1. At the bottom of your frames page, click SHOW NO FRAMES VIEW
    The default No Frames message appears: This page uses frames, but your browser doesn't support them.
    No Frames tab of Frames Page views

  2. To return to your page, click the desired viewing option
    NOTE: For more information, refer to Frames Page Views.

return to topEditing the No Frames Message

You may edit the No Frames message as desired by changing the text or adding graphics or tables. To make your web page more accessible, you should provide a link to a page without frames for those site visitors not capable of viewing frames pages. To learn how to create hyperlinks, refer to Linking to Pages in Your Collection.

  1. At the bottom of your frames page, click SHOW NO FRAMES VIEW
    No Frames tab of Frames Page views

  2. Change the text and formatting of the message as desired

  3. To save your work, on the Standard toolbar, click SAVESave button
    OR
    Press [Ctrl] + [S]

  4. To return to your page, click the desired viewing option
    NOTE: For more information, refer to Frames Page Views.

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