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- A Favicon is a small icon (typically 16 X 16 pixels) associated with a website. Its actually a very small branding element, just like your logo. Browsers that support favicon display it in the address bar and it is also displayed next to the page's name in a list of bookmarks.
- a website footer comprises of information displayed at the page bottom. Like header, footer also generally remains same throughout the website
- Fixed Width Layout
- A fixed width layout is one that has a fixed width defined for the main wrapper or container, the elements inside this wrapper, however can have fixed or percentage width. A 960-pixel width is considered to be standard in fixed width website design.
- HTML frames makes it possible to display more than 1 HTML document in a single browser window. Frames are not considered search engine friendly.