Re: Frames spec & the NOFRAMES tag -Reply

Colin O'Brien (colin@onepointzero.com)
Mon, 9 Mar 1998 17:34:30 +0200


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Date: Mon, 9 Mar 1998 17:34:30 +0200
To: www-html@w3.org
From: "Colin O'Brien" <colin@onepointzero.com>
Subject: Re: Frames spec & the NOFRAMES tag -Reply


>
>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.

I'm not sure about this, as I don't have access to a windows machine right
now, but I think the opera browser (http://www.operasoftware.com) also
supports a toggle of frames support.

Colin