Re: [htdig] Frame problems!


Max (max@sensenet.com)
Tue, 19 Oct 1999 18:53:40 +0100


Yeah, good point. It's for a client and it's the way they wanted it though -
they've never listened to me anyway!!!

Cheers,
Max.

nets@searchtools.com wrote:

> At 2:46 PM +0100 10/19/99, Max wrote:
> >hi Andy,
> >thanks for responding to me. The prob is though that I can't have any links on
> >the "content" page, only on the menus at the side frame.
>
> So if someone finds your site from a search engine, they can't get
> anywhere from a found page? This seems like a mistake. Even if you
> put in JavaScript to always bring up the frame context, it won't work
> for a lot of browsers.
>
> I recommend that you always have basic links on the content page, so
> people can get *somewhere* from there. All the good web info
> architects and UI designers I know, including Jakob Nielsen, Jennifer
> Fleming and Lou Rosenfeld, say "don't let people get into dead ends".
>
> Avi
>
> PS I wrote a white paper for Ultraseek on robot indexing, all about
> the problems with frames, JavaScript, image maps, and so on. You
> might find it useful -- it's at
> <http://software.infoseek.com/products/ultraseek/docs/wp-spider/defaul
> t.htm>
>
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