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IFrames - the Facts Please

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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 #1
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Netscape 7 supported IFrames. not sure about firefox

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Hermit Dave
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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

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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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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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