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    Post no frames....

    Instead of typing in "why doesn't your browser support frames, blah blah blah", can you just put your page in the <no frames> section, leaving out the frames. So the people that don't have frames, when they come to the web site, will see the same page without having to go back and stuff?

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    you should always have a no frames version, linked the way you describe. But keep in mind this means creating 2 entire websites, If your navigation is only in the nav frame and not on your main pages it would do no good to do this.

    If you have navigation on your main pages, then why use frames at all.

    Also since you asked yesterday about getting lots of visitors, remember search engines do not always like frames.

    Dave



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