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From: Timothy Goetmaeker <Timothy.Goetmaeker@Telepolis.Antwerpen.be>
Date: Mon, 6 Jan 2003 08:51:47 +0100
Message-ID: <5DD0527BADCDD311B6FD00105A652D36052FBB4D@icantms1.telepolis.antwerpen.be>
To: "'www-html-editor@w3.org'" <www-html-editor@w3.org>

When your XFrames are structured like this:

-------------
|     a     |
-------------
|   |   c   |
| b ---------
|   | d | e |
|   ---------
|   |   f   |
-------------

Should you use:

<column>
    <frame id="a" />
    <row>
        <frame id="b"/>
        <frame id="cdef"/>
    </row>
</column>

and the frame with id="cdef" would then be:

<column>
    <frame id="c" />
    <row>
        <frame id="d" />
        <frame id="e" />
    </row>
    <frame id="f" />
</column>

Or is it possible to put it all in on XFrames page? 
For instance:

<column>
    <frame id="a" />
    <row>
        <frame id="b"/>
        <frames>
            <column>
                <frame id="c" />
                <row>
                    <frame id="d" />
                    <frame id="e" />
                </row>
                <frame id="f" />
            </column>
        </frames>
    </row>
</column>

an other possibility would be to define attributes like rowspan and colspan,
comparable to the attributes in the table-model in (x)html.

Sincerely,

Timothy Goetmaeker
Received on Monday, 6 January 2003 02:52:49 GMT

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