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[whatwg] framesets

From: Peter Brawley <pb@artfulsoftware.com>
Date: Mon, 12 Oct 2009 02:47:57 -0500
Message-ID: <4AD2DF2D.2000401@artfulsoftware.com>
Simon,

Thanks for the interest.

 >I would presume that Peter is asking for frameset, frame and noframes
 >to be part of the set of conforming elements in HTML. Correct, Peter?

Yep!

PB

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Simon Pieters wrote:
> On Sun, 11 Oct 2009 23:43:03 +0200, Eduard Pascual 
> <herenvardo at gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> For it to be taken
>> seriously by the editor, I strongly recommend that you send spec-ready
>> quality text,
>
> I recommend sticking to use cases, requirements, links to real-world 
> pages, and proposed solutions with pros/cons.
>
>
>> <frameset> is not being removed from HTML.
>
> It's being removed from the set of conforming elements in HTML, along 
> with e.g. <applet>. It's not being removed from what browsers have to 
> implement: HTML5 specs frameset for browsers in the parsing, rendering 
> and obsolete features sections.
>
>
>> It's just not being updated
>> because there was nothing to add to it, so it stays the same.
>
> Not really:
>
>    Elements in the following list are entirely obsolete, and must not be
>    used by authors:
>
>    frame
>    frameset
>    noframes
>
>       Either use iframe and CSS instead, or use server-side includes to
>       generate complete pages with the various invariant parts merged in.
>
> http://www.whatwg.org/specs/web-apps/current-work/multipage/obsolete.html#non-conforming-features 
>
>
>
>> Taking all this together, here comes again: the question I have
>> already asked several times, and you haven't answered: What are you
>> asking for?
>
> I would presume that Peter is asking for frameset, frame and noframes 
> to be part of the set of conforming elements in HTML. Correct, Peter?
>
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