Re: Reasons to not use Frames in website design

Discussion in 'HTML' started by Neil Gould, May 26, 2012.

  1. Neil Gould

    Neil Gould Guest

    Alan_Smith wrote:
    > HTML frames are rarely used to organize a website design by building
    > at least two other web pages into a distributed visual space. The most
    > powerful justifications against using supports have more to do with
    > user friendliness than availability. Here are some reasons to not use
    > frames in website designing.
    > • Frames keep people from social bookmarking your pages properly.


    Which may be exactly the reason to use frames.

    > • Google and other search engines have trouble indexing frames.


    It's not a problem if the designer knows what they're doing.

    > • Frames damage scrolling.


    Pure B.S. (or cowpies, for the P.C.)

    > • Frames often look bad.


    It's not a problem if the designer knows what they're doing.

    --
    best regards,

    Neil
     
    Neil Gould, May 26, 2012
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