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Jesus Angeles
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What is this code chunk doing? (or a strategy, etc.)?



I saw this in jquery ui source code if I am not wrong.>
Jeanne Boyarsky
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It's creating a frame that doesn't have anything in it. Probably the author intends to set the actually source URL for the frame at runtime in JavaScript.


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