Idocs Guide to HTML

Attribute for <IFRAME ...>
FRAMEBORDER = 1 | 0

FRAMEBORDER indicates if the inline frame should have a border around it. 1 (the default) indicates it should, 0 indicates it should not.

this code produces this
<IFRAME 
     SRC="BeaverHabitat.html" 
     WIDTH=150 HEIGHT=150 
     FRAMEBORDER=0
     >
<A HREF="BeaverHabitat.html">Stuff 
about the Beaver</A>
</IFRAME>
 
<IFRAME 
     SRC="BeaverHabitat.html" 
     WIDTH=150 HEIGHT=150 
     FRAMEBORDER=1
     >
<A HREF="BeaverHabitat.html">Stuff 
about the Beaver</A>
</IFRAME>
 
<IFRAME 
     SRC="BeaverHabitat.html" 
     WIDTH=150 HEIGHT=150>
<A HREF="BeaverHabitat.html">Stuff 
about the Beaver</A>
</IFRAME>
(don't use FRAMEBORDER at all)

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