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Solhan

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I'm a newbie HTML website designer and am currently making a website for my dorm. What I want to do is incorperate frames into my webpage design. Now I know there are browsers out there that do not support frames, and besides asking the user to click on this link or that link (as I've seen on other sites) if (s)he has the ability to support frames or not, is there any way I could do that check automatically? Thx in advance for any and all help.
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Spike3

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Try here.

http://webtips.dan.info/frames.html

It has a section on what to do with people who do not support frames
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Try here.

http://webtips.dan.info/frames.html

It has a section on what to do with people who do not support frames

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Good site, Spike. I personally don't like to use frames, but never hurts to keep up with other people's comments. Thanks for great link. Have added it to all my others. :tazz:

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Why thank you!! Glad to be of assistance!

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Search Engines they no like frames!
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Please, don't use frames. Use PHP include or CSS to simulate frames. PHP and CSS is the way forward and soon frames will become obselete. Just thought I'd give some advice - stay up to date and you'll impress.

-SW
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