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Old 15-09-2008
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After the frames?

I'm starting to write some pages in html, seeking information about frames I read on the Internet that are going into disuse enough. I wanted frames what you prefer to use them? To make an example, this site (as almost all) made by so many rectangles. Are those frames? Sorry if i am asking or demanding something more but understand that this is something essential to create a site!
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CSS or Cascading Style Sheets

Cascading Style Sheets (reference website)

Check out if this is helpful. Otherwise google with Cascading Style Sheets. You can find better.
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The frames are the prehistory of the Web. Now everything is based on applications online, with a "motor" (backend) and a user interface (frontend). All information is stored in a database (which it is oracle or mysql or mssql or one of the many types), where "transfers" through requests (query) by the engine.

Obviously this is a very simplistic view on how they work sites today.

For frames, think of static pages, which contain within OTHER static pages.
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CSS or Cascading Style Sheets

Cascading Style Sheets (reference website)

Check out if this is helpful. Otherwise google with Cascading Style Sheets. You can find better.
Thank you very much for your link was useful!
I believe that more or less the concept is clear to me. What i do not understand is whether this is done through the html or not!

Another thing I could say the title of a book valuable to learn?
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I can tell you what I bought myself. But I bought it 7 years ago and I doubt you will find it any useful now Usually books are valid for ones such as "xxxx for Dummies."

For your question about if it is done via html, yes and no. Nowadays we use code php, perl, java, asp and xml (and other less frequent).
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What opaper says is perfect.
If you have to develop a site I personally would recommend you to use absolutely php! Working with php and sql (with some of javascript here and there) can easily get a significant site (then of course always depends on personal standards).
Of course, you must first start with the basics and know to good html and css.
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