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Default framset help for asp.net 1.1

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i wana create a intranet app using asp.net 1.1, i wanna create a master page with menus on the left frame and right frame should load depends on link is clicked.

Im confused, since thereis no good stuff available abt frames.
i dont know how to use framses.pls help me out to create this sample code.
Pls. let me know if any better alternative of frame with code.


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Master Pages are a feature in .NET 2.0 not 1.1. I am somewhat confused, Frames are a simple HTML concept and doing a google search on how to work with frames should return you 1 Million+ results. Literally, its about 5 lines of HTML.



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thanks 4 the advice! dont u think i havent did google b4 i post this .


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Being that this search query:
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=HTML+-+Frameset

Returns 1,570,000 results, I find it hard to believe.

In any case Frame code looks like this:
    <frameset rows="20%,80%, 20%" frameborder="0" framespacing="0">
        <frame src="file" name="top" noresize>
        <frameset cols="20%,80%" frameborder="0" framespacing="0">
            <frame src="file" name="left" noresize>
            <frame src="file" name="right" noresize>
        </frameset>
        <frame src="file" name="bottom" noresize>
    </frameset>
that gives a 3 row layout with the middle row containing 2 columns.

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