Frames are deprecated so you may want to go a different way. There are several problems with frames. Since many users are using broadband now, it is not a big issue if the all the content reloads with navigation. This also creates a problems for users. If the solution you want to achieve modularization of your code like have a file for the menu, header, footer, etc. I would learn basic PHP and use the include function to modularize your code. I don't know why this won't work for you, I am letting you know their will be more problems than this to come.
In the screenshot I am trying to get the Shop onto the webpage that I am working on. At the moment it is outside the page and the demo works on my own machine. Before I incorporated into the the website both shop and what is in the body of the website were in the one window. It all seems to work perfectly either way..... it was just that I had hoped to have both within the webpage.
rebelweb2007 - I note your warning comments. Being that this is a simple cart demonstration I do not want to do a major re-work at the moment. If I could drum up some eCommerce business I would use some of the currently available Shopping Carts. Could my current dated approach do the job for the next 6 to 12 months?
This page is titled navigate.html and will remain on view the whole way through the demonstration.
<p>Place shop navigation here</P>
<p>and review Order as you shop!<br /><br />
<input type="button" value="Review Order Button" onClick="ReviewOrder()">
This page is titled <b>welcome.html</b>.<P> It acts as a welcoming page.