At 8:59 pm -0800 3/30/02, Pat Connors wrote:
I am able to see and use frame as I browse the net with Netscape.
the email page is made up of three frames. However, today I started
using Front Page and put a frame on one of my websites and when I went
to look at it, it said "Your browser does not support inline frames or
is currently configured not to display inline frames." Can someone
explain this to me?
Pat Connors, Sacramento CA
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I don't use Frontpage when I don't have to, so I'm not that familiar
with it (it's been nearly a year since I was last forced to use it),
but I see a basic problem:
Frontpage is designed to work with the Microsoft set of browsers,
e-mail, etc., which seem to have a special antipathy for Netscape.
It's my guess that Netscape can't read the kind of frames that
FrontPage creates. And believe me, most people who know html coding
will tell you that Frontpage is a nightmare.