Frames and Accessibility

What there is to know about HTML Framesets and Accessibility, and the old question “should I use frames?” I say no!

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If you must use frames, here some good code to help:





<br /> <h1>Library of Business Documents</h1> <p> <p><a href="noframesmenu.html">View a list of business documents</a></p> <p>


One comment

  1. Dennis Lembree

    Editor’s Note: As the sample code suggests, one of the few instances where I believe the use of frames is appropriate is when there is a document library. Especially in the case of a really long list of document links (to PDFs of course!), the links are in one frame, and the documents open in another frame.

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