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Re: help with frames

From: scheckie irons <irons@swell.hampshire.edu>
Date: Sat, 10 Feb 1996 15:31:26 -0400
Message-Id: <v02130500ad428f776273@[192.33.12.172]>
To: www-html@w3.org
I am consistently astonished that people exist who think frames are a
desirable solution to anything, let alone worth investing the effort to
circumvent netscape's kludgery.  That they do exist is a shining testament
to netscape's PR, and to the unfortunate inability of this particular group
of webmasters to think past trends.

I won't waste time addressing the relative deployment of "frames-capable
browser", or the deplorable ratio of free time to good judgment in people
who decide they need to scrap any semblance of HTML supported across
user-agents.

--
Scheckie Irons/Whateverworks Consulting & Evangelism/irons@swell.hampshire.edu
"What about - what about - what about the bad Dan Rather?  What about the bad
- who's that guy - Mike Wallace?  Bad Bill Buckley!" - Ex-DCI William Casey
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