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I decided to include frames in my page.  Am I limited to the number of frames to a page?
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I would try to steer clear of using frames unless it is absolutely required. But since you have decided to use frames then it is up to you on how many within reason and what frame structure. The more you have the bigger the headache.

Search on Google for a good HTML Frame tutorial...

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Hi higante,

You can make as many frames as you like, just realize that there is a PRACTICAL upper limit based on screen real estate.  Usually no more than four frames would result in a good looking page.

However, I second tom_miller's comment.  Stay away from frames.  You can achieve nearly the same effect with pure CSS and that has none of the baggage that comes with frames.
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Thank you for your input.
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