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Fwd: FRAMES

From: Olivier Thereaux <ot@w3.org>
Date: Thu, 6 Feb 2003 08:10:32 +0900
To: www-validator@w3.org
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> From: "Dolmar IT" <mail@dolmarit.com>
> Date: Wed Feb 5, 2003  14:36:46 Asia/Tokyo
> To: <www-validator@w3.org>
> Subject: FRAMES
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> Hello
>  
> I am very sorry for the W3C , on one hand it is good to have an 
> organisation like yours.
> On the other hand your WEBSITE is getting more and more difficult to 
> browse.
> There is a lot of info about who is doing what and when but if you 
> start searching about subjects (people behind it seems to be the most 
> important !) you come into a dark unendless surfing around without 
> getting direct answers or you get pages with statements and examples 
> incompattible with the correct HTML.
> With other words a lot can be improved !
> Furthermore my question because you don't seem to have an answer to it 
> (THE BROWSERS ALREADY FOR YEARS)
> If you work with frames and you make use off the border statements 
> FRAMEBORDERS don't seem to work Borders do !
> When validating you say the page is not valid and what do I get when i 
> make pages according to the validation well ?
> Exactly frameborders , but i don't want to see them.
> So what is going on around there ?
> Do you hate frames?
> Or is there a big BUG in the validator ?
>  
> I like to have an answer on this question please.
>  
> Friendly greetings J.M.Kersten
>  
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