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RE: [Moderator Action] Another frames question (sorry)

From: Bertilo Wennergren <bertilow@hem.passagen.se>
Date: Wed, 16 Aug 2000 18:02:11 +0200
To: <www-html@w3.org>
Cc: "Walter Ian Kaye" <walter@natural-innovations.com>
Message-ID: <NEBBLKKAILEODMBLCACDOEOFCBAA.bertilow@hem.passagen.se>
Walter Ian Kaye:

> At 07:09a +0200 08/16/2000, Bertilo Wennergren didst inscribe upon an 
> electronic papyrus:

> >I don't know about graceful fallback, but anyway I've started
> >experimenting with this, and I plan to update my pages with
> >a version that has a framelike layout that uses fixed positioning
> >(with JavaScript surrogates for browsers that can't handle it,
> >and noscript versions for really old or stupid browsers).

> or really new and smart browsers which simply do not support JavaScript
> (such as my favorite/primary browser, Lynx).

Indeed. I cater for Lynx too. Always.
 
> >But there is one problem: With frames e.g. a separate navigational
> >part can have its own scroll bars. I can't find a way of getting
> >that if I use a div with fixed position. If the window gets too
> >small, part of the fixed div will stay out of view without any
> >means of scrolling it into view.

> Maybe you'd consider a popup-plus-go-button navigation element too?

Perhaps. I'll implement my current ideas first. Then I might add
more goodies. Thanks for the input!

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                          Bertilo Wennergren
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