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This example uses scripting to set the name property of a frame.
This example shows how the NAME attribute for a window can be persisted in HTML, but only when defined in a frame within a frameset.
<FRAMESET> <FRAME NAME="Left" SRC="blank.htm"> <FRAME NAME="Right" SRC="contents.htm"> </FRAMESET>
The name property identifies which frame displays the content of a linked document.
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