Message-Id: <email@example.com> Date: Fri, 06 Mar 1998 10:04:11 -0800 From: Charles Peyton Taylor <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: email@example.com Subject: Re: Frames spec & the NOFRAMES tag -Reply >>> Tim Bagot <firstname.lastname@example.org> 03/04/98 03:18am >>> > > >On Wed, 4 Mar 1998, Marcus Haas (V.Luckas wrote: > >> Hmmm, can you think of any browser that supports BODY-attributes but not >> frames ? As far as I'm concerned, the only use for the NOFRAMES-Tag is >> for text-only browsers like Lynx. If you check the attributes on BODY, >> you'll see that none of these actually apply... > >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 I just did a quick informal survey of browsers to which I have access to see if they can be configured not to display frames. The results were so: MSIE 4.0 (Mac) = yes Netscape Nav. (Mac) = no MSIE 4.0 (WinNT) = no Netscape Com. (WinNT) = no I found this dissapointing; in my opinion, the browser belongs to the user, not to the web designer. It's also weird because in all the browsers you can override colors and FONTS, but not frames.