HTML CODING

I need some help with the following code I have to replace the <FRAME> tag and the corresponding comment tag in the first column of the second row with a <FRAMESET> tag to create two rows of nested frames.  The height of the first row should be 25 pixels.  The height of the second row should be whatever space is left.  My problem is I'm confused about which frame is the one that I should be replacing.  Can someone help me with that?  Thanks in advance

<HTML>
<HEAD>
<TITLE>Staff of The Colorado Experience</TITLE>
<FRAMESET ROWS="60,*">
   <!--- Company logo --->
   <FRAME SRC="Logo.htm" MARGINHEIGHT=1 NORESIZE SCROLLING=NO NAME=LOGO>
   <!--- Nested frames --->
   <FRAMESET COLS="140,*">
      <!--- A list of staff photos --->
      <FRAME SRC="Photos.htm" MARGINHEIGHT=1 MARGINWIDTH=10 NAME=Photos>
      <!--- Individual staff biographies --->
      <FRAME SRC="Bester.htm" NAME=Bios>
   </FRAMESET>
</FRAMESET>
</HEAD>
</HTML>
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r_manCommented:
Honestly don't have any clue what you are talking about.  Why not just make up an image with what you'd like the frames to look like make the one that should be 'the space left' grey.  Then in each section say which URL you want them to point to.

Randy

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aarieCommented:
I hope i got this right... you want to have a frameset in the first column...
According to your code above, this would be the current layout:

+---------------------------+
|                           |
|         LOGO              |
+---------+-----------------+
|         |                 |
| Photos  |  Bios           |
+---------+-----------------+


The new layout would look like:

+---------------------------+
|                           |
|         LOGO              |
+---------+-----------------+
|         |                 |
| Photos  |  Bios           |
+---------+                 +
|         |                 |
| Nav     |                 |
+---------+-----------------+

The html code for this would be:

<HTML>
<HEAD>
<TITLE>Staff of The Colorado Experience</TITLE>
<FRAMESET ROWS="60,*">
   <!--- Company logo --->
   <FRAME SRC="Logo.htm" MARGINHEIGHT=1 NORESIZE SCROLLING=NO NAME=LOGO>
   <!--- Nested frames --->
   <FRAMESET COLS="140,*">

      <FRAMESET ROWS="25,*">
        <!-- A list of staff photos -->
        <FRAME SRC="Photos.htm" MARGINHEIGHT=1 MARGINWIDTH=10 NAME=Photos>
        <!-- A navigation frame -->
        <FRAME SRC="Nav.htm" MARGINHEIGHT=1 MARGINWIDTH=10 NAME=Nav>

      </FRAMESET>
      <!--- Individual staff biographies --->
      <FRAME SRC="Bester.htm" NAME=Bios>
   </FRAMESET>
</FRAMESET>
</HEAD>
</HTML>

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So the frame you needed to "change" was the one called Photos... All you had to do was place the frameset tags around it and add another frame to it....
In the example above, I added a frame called Nav...
Hope this'll help you out...

Arjan.
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aarieCommented:
hmm... seems like both my frameset layout schemes have been somewhat deformed...
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