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    HTML: Frames and Contents

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    1. There are three main frames - top, middle, and bottom as indicated above with the three rows. The top frame has a table with three columns. The middle frame is divided into two frames. The bottom frame is the hot links frame. You may replace the frames with tables i.e. instead of frames, use tables throughout.

    ** You may use tables in place of the frames.

    2. Upon clicking on any of your images in the top frame, the enlarged image would appear on the right hand frame of the middle frame. Upon clicking on any of the links in the now showing/coming attractions, the corresponding information about the movie would appear on the right frame of the middle frame. Upon clicking on any of the hot links, a NEW WINDOW will be opened for the corresponding document.

    3. The "Contents" part should be implemented with the ul or ol tag.

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    The expert examines frames and contents using HTML.