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GETTING IN TOUCH WITH YOUR INNER FRAMESET

Nested framesets are often the best choice for a complex layout—but they can be difficult to modify. The key to making changes to a nested frameset is choosing the right one. You'll find the key at the bottom of the window in the area called the tag selector. Click any frameset border to identify which frameset you're using. If you see only one <frameset> tag in the tag selector, you've selected the outermost frameset. Select another border, and when you see two <frameset> tags, choose the rightmost one to select the inner frameset. With an extremely complex layout—say, three or more nested framesets—you may have to select a few different borders to identify the desired frameset.

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