Does anyone have a summary of any frames / no frames threads?
Have there been any lately?
F. Scott Ophof,
Can you not use it because your browser doesn't support it, or for other
I am currently on a no-framed project, and am enjoying it. However whether
we use frames or not is dependent on our client. The browser support we
have is for IE 3 & 4 and Netscape 3&4 only, all of which support frames.
How do you turn off Frames in I.E. 4? Can you do it in I.E.3 as well?
Human Factors Engineer
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The only thing we can be sure of, is Change. -I Ching
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Also, given that Opera (Windows) nd MSIE4 (at least Mac version) each allow
the end user to "turn off" frames .... building sites that are accessible
becomes increasinly crucial.
Add another voice to the ALT tag chorus.
Finally, Nua reported today that studioarchetype did a study of what
fostered trust on ecommerce sites -- ease of use [ie easy to navigate] was
"Once a sense of security has been established, a visitor's focus changes
to the five signifiers of trust: brand, navigation, fulfillment,
presentation and technology. "
> Kathy E. Gill
> From: F. Scott Ophof[SMTP:[log in to unmask]]
> And frames-only sites might as well not exist, as far as I'm concerned.
> Not to say that that is bad, but simply that if I can't browse such a
> site, then I need not remember its existance.