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IFrames - the Facts Please

1. Are IFrames supported only in uplevel versions of IE? If not IE
exclusively, what browsers support IFrames?

2. Are IFrames going to be supported in the future - as far as anyone
knows - or have they been deprecated and will no longer be supported in the
future?

Please note that I'm *not* asking for opinions on the merits of using
IFrames or IFrames vs regular framesets or any other such...

Thanks!

-G
Nov 18 '05 #1
2 2002
Netscape 7 supported IFrames. not sure about firefox

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Regards,

Hermit Dave
(http://hdave.blogspot.com)
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1. Are IFrames supported only in uplevel versions of IE? If not IE
exclusively, what browsers support IFrames?

2. Are IFrames going to be supported in the future - as far as anyone
knows - or have they been deprecated and will no longer be supported in the future?

Please note that I'm *not* asking for opinions on the merits of using
IFrames or IFrames vs regular framesets or any other such...

Thanks!

-G

Nov 18 '05 #2
iframes were added to the html 4.0 standard. all w3c compliant browsers
(most current browsers) and IE 3.0+ (may be 4.0 - can't remember) support
iframes. note: IE (except the mac version) is not html 4.0 compliant.

-- bruce (sqlwork.com)
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news:%2***************@TK2MSFTNGP11.phx.gbl...
1. Are IFrames supported only in uplevel versions of IE? If not IE
exclusively, what browsers support IFrames?

2. Are IFrames going to be supported in the future - as far as anyone
knows - or have they been deprecated and will no longer be supported in the future?

Please note that I'm *not* asking for opinions on the merits of using
IFrames or IFrames vs regular framesets or any other such...

Thanks!

-G

Nov 18 '05 #3

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