From: nir dagan <email@example.com> Message-Id: <199803041142.MAA01881@sahara.upf.es> To: firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Wed, 4 Mar 98 12:42:09 MET Cc: email@example.com In-Reply-To: <Pine.LNX.3.96.980304110553.13342Gfirstname.lastname@example.org>; from "Tim Bagot" at Mar 4, 98 6:08 am Subject: Re: Frames spec & the NOFRAMES tag > > The spec. also suggests that a frames browser might (for whatever reason) > be configured not to display frames, and that it should in that case > display the contents of NOFRAMES. > > Tim Bagot NIR Dagan: People with small monitors may prefer a no-frames website. They may very well want to see colors. These can be inserted in a frameset document validly only via stylesheets. There is also an interesting discusion on FRAMES in w3c-wai-ig (accessibility intereset group) about how visually impaired read or may read sites with frames. Many visually impared use "regular" browsers with a screen reader that translates it to speech. So NOFRAMES is not just a backward compatibility feature. Best, Nir Dagan.