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Re: Oh dear..the dreaded frames...
From Max on 28 October '98
adding to Re: Oh dear..the dreaded frames... posted by Dave Kitching

>The site in question is a financial services web site with information on 30 stock markets around the world. To do this it must display content on other sites. The only way to do this and also to avoid users being switche to the other site, exploring and being unable to return, or forgetting how to, return, to the original site, is to use frames thereby keeping all displayed information within the context of the original site.

Hotmail pops open a fresh window, with a Hotmail logo and some text in the upper frame
and the site in the lower window. It reminds the user that to return to Hotmail they
merely have to close the window.
Would that work?


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