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    multiple html frames

    My html thread gets pasted multiple times on my page. What could be the reason?

    http://cl.ly/2K2q0S23200p3o3q1n2d

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    Here is a pic where i have marked the frames

    http://cl.ly/041D2F3A2p3Q1s3K262v

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    Here is the actual page:

    http://5and10.org/jappix/?m=mobile

    Thanks!

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    you can use frames to combine HTML pages in a single window.

    However, this isn't recommended because it's difficult for search engines (such as Google) to index your web page and you might get a bad rank because of this.

    Frames were used in old websites. If you really need to display another page in your website, use the <iframe> instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hannan2011 View Post
    you can use frames to combine HTML pages in a single window.

    However, this isn't recommended because it's difficult for search engines (such as Google) to index your web page and you might get a bad rank because of this.

    Frames were used in old websites. If you really need to display another page in your website, use the <iframe> instead.
    Did you have a chance to see my link above and the source code? I have a single wrapper. But on the page it is multiplied into 3. I dont have more than 1 html page to combine... please advice. Thanks for your response

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    fixed it! thanks!!


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