HTML and CSS Reference
Events Defined by Internet Explorer
onactivate, onafterprint, onbeforedeactivate, onbeforeprint, onbeforeunload,
onblur, oncontrolselect, ondeactivate, onfocus, onload, onmove, onmoveend,
onmovestart, onresizeend, onresizestart, onunload
border This attribute sets the width, in pixels, of frame borders within the frame set.
Setting the value to 0 eliminates all frame borders. This attribute is not defined in the HTML
or XHTML specification but is widely supported.
bordercolor This attribute sets the color for frame borders within the frame set using either
a named color or a color specified in the hexadecimal #RRGGBB format.
cols This attribute contains a comma-delimited list that specifies the number and size of
columns contained within a set of frames. List items indicate columns from left to right.
Column size is specified in three formats, which might be mixed. A column can be assigned
a fixed width, in pixels. It also can be assigned a percentage of the available width, such as
50 percent. Finally, a column can be set to expand to fill the available space by setting the
value to * , which acts as a wildcard.
frameborder This attribute controls whether or not frame borders should be displayed.
Netscape supports no and yes values. Microsoft uses 1 and 0 as well as no and yes .
framespacing This attribute indicates the space between frames, in pixels.
rows This attribute contains a comma-delimited list that specifies the number and size of
rows contained within a set of frames. The number of entries in the list indicates the number
of rows. Row size is specified with the same formats used for columns.
<!-- This example defines a frame set of three columns. The middle column
is 50 pixels wide. The first and last columns fill the remaining space.
<!-- This example defines a frame set of two columns, one of which is 20%
of the screen, and the other, 80%. -->