Domain Registration as low as $14.95

McWebber 1998

McWebber Free HTML Help - Find the help you need to make your web site look great!
BACK TO HOME PAGE
Advanced Tutorials
Frequently Asked Questions
McWebber Favorite Links

Frames Tutorial

No Frames

What about Frame intolerant browsers?

Some people are still using older browsers and browsers not capable of recognizing frames. For this reason, it is advisable for you to add a <NOFRAMES> message containing a link that would take them to a non-framed version of your page. You would need to add this to your Frame Document after the </FRAMESET> tag. The <NOFRAMES> tag is ignored by frames capable browsers. Since you want the information in this space to be seen by non-frames capable browsers, you put your missing <BODY> tags in here. An example of how this would look is:

<BODY>
This document uses frames. Please click here to view our <A HREF="url of frameless page">frameless version</A>
</BODY>
</NOFRAMES>
</FRAMESET>

Making a frameless version of your page is easy. Just copy and paste the contents to a new page and adapt them and change the links to show up on one page.

You could also put a link in there to Microsoft's or Netscape's download page telling people to get with it and get a frames capable browser before the 22nd century gets here.

INTRO | LAYOUT | TARGETING | MULTIPLE | NO FRAMES

 

McWebber Helped Me
Add To Your Page

McWebber Contents

HTML Intro

Hit Counter

Fonts

Frames
Tutorial

Images

Microsoft
Marquee Tag

Search
Engines

Sound Help

Table Tutorial

Search McWebber

powered by FreeFind

HOME | ADVANCED| FAQ | LINKS

Copyright 1998 McWebber.Com All Rights Reserved.