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kneehuggers

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I am trying to view a website and it tells me that my browser does not support frames. Does anyone know what this means? Thanks! :tazz:
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Mile Runner

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frames are a web design tactic that uses one page that the only info has on it is the information of where other webpages go. in other words its a few different web pages being comprised to look like one. it allows you to use to have parts of the page scrool while having others stay stationary. i hope that awsers your question. its kind of hard to explain........... if you have any other questions pleae post back-- oh and ps. no good web desingers (in my opion) uses frames just for this reason--compadibility. :tazz:

hope this helps :)
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Which browser is the original browser using? You've got to go back to 1996 to find a web browser that doesn't support frames. I suspect something's up with the website that they are looking at.
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