Re: A proposal for addition to HTML 3.0: Frames
||Marc Salomon <email@example.com>
||Tue, 19 Sep 95 21:34:40 EDT
Christian Mogens writes:
|Still, I can't help thinking that FRAMEs are really DIV and/or
|FIG with some different syntax and added semantics.
Not to mention nifty processing. HTML 3 should be able to deal with it like:
<FIG REL=EMBED HREF=&uri; >
With the behavior of CLASS=FRAME defined with the style information. Perhaps
the W3C could maintain a library of definitions of well-known base styles, such
as FRAME, which could be implemented to a base level by the UA vendor and
customized using the style mechanism.
Makes you wonder what they're thinking down in Mtn. View:
1. Alleged adherence to standards process is only for marketing purposes.
2. Send marketing guy to standards process with oblique reference to
published fait accompli.