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rows attribute | rows property

Sets or retrieves the frame heights of the object.

Syntax

HTML<element rows="p" ... >
JavaScript

p = object.rows

 

Property values

Type: Integer

height

Integer that specifies the frame height, in pixels.

percentage

Integer, followed by a %. The value is a percentage of total available height.

height*

Integer that specifies the frame height as a relative value. After allocating pixel or percentage values, the remaining space is divided among all relative-sized frames.

Remarks

The number of comma-separated items is equal to the number of frames contained within the frameSet, while the value of each item determines the frame height.

Examples

This example defines a two-row frame, with the first occupying 40 percent of the available height and the second occupying the remaining 60 percent.


<frameset rows="40%, 60%">

This example defines a four-row frame. The first is 50 pixels high and the fourth is 80 pixels high. The second occupies two-thirds of the remaining height, while the third occupies the final one-third of the remaining height.


<frameset rows="50, 2*, *, 80">

See also

frameSet
cols

 

 

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