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Important: You cannot use the <body></body> tags together with the <frameset></frameset> tags!

<html><frameset cols="20%,80%"><frame src="menu.htm" name="S"><frame src="main.htm" name="T"></frameset></html>

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Indeed. The frameset section should go in the head part of the page, to tell the browser that it needs to divide up the window prior to applying the content, which would be in the body tag.So you'd need to have it something like this:

<html> <head>      <FRAMESET COLS="20%,80%">      <FRAME SRC="menu.htm" name=S>      <FRAME SRC="main.htm" name=T>      </FRAMESET>   </head>   <body bgcolor="#333333">      blahblahblah   </body></html>

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Indeed. The frameset section should go in the head part of the page, to tell the browser that it needs to divide up the window prior to applying the content, which would be in the body tag.So you'd need to have it something like this:
<html> <head>      <FRAMESET COLS="20%,80%">      <FRAME SRC="menu.htm" name=S>      <FRAME SRC="main.htm" name=T>      </FRAMESET>   </head>   <body bgcolor="#333333">      blahblahblah   </body></html>

sorry, but no, thats not correct.the frameset is used instead of the body. :)
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let me rewrite it for you

<html> <head>  <body bgcolor="#333333">   <FRAMESET COLS="20%,80%">    <FRAME SRC="menu.htm" name=S>      <FRAME SRC="main.htm" name=T>     </FRAMESET>    </head>     <font color="white">         <p>    blahblahblah    <p>    </font>  </body></html>

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