HTML Yes, We Have NOFRAMES

As mentioned earlier, frames don't degrade well. Browsers that don't know frames (for example, Mosaic or Lynx) see none of what was intended to be on the page. That's where <NOFRAMES> comes in. Browsers that know frames will ignore everything between <NOFRAMES> and </NOFRAMES>. Browsers that don't understand frames will also not understand (and therefore ignore) <NOFRAMES>, and display the content. So in our example, someone with a browser that doesn't recognize frames will see this:

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Don't have frames? Take a look at our no-frames version.

It's best to provide no-frames alternatives. there are substantial numbers of people surfing the net who can't see frames. Rude <NOFRAMES> content like "It's time to get a real browser" only serve to make you look like someone who can't create a complete web site.

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