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#1 ashly

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Posted 02 December 2009 - 01:02 PM

Hi
I have some Questions about frames I search in the internet and I read many books to find it but Idon’t find any thing

How can we use a frame in web page?
What happens when the page is printed?
What happens when the Back button is clicked?
How should assistive(phone) technology “read” the page?
How should the information be displayed on a small display?
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#2 zeroradius

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Posted 02 December 2009 - 04:00 PM

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I personally think frames should not be used, have fun
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Posted 02 December 2009 - 05:02 PM

Frames have their place but are not common.

How can we use a frame in web page?

They might be used for a file download if they don't want to redirect a user, or to send forms when JS is disabled.

What happens when the page is printed?

The viewable area of the iframe is printed and I believe they will scroll down if they are regular frames.

What happens when the Back button is clicked?

They will redirect away from the page unless the target is specified.

How should assistive(phone) technology “read” the page?

They will try and put it all on one page and probably fail at doing this. It will change a lot of the formatting.

How should the information be displayed on a small display?

Scroll bars are everywhere. Try making a frame and resizing your browser to a small size on any website.
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Posted 03 December 2009 - 09:45 AM

This sounds a LOT like homework.

Hi
I have some Questions about frames I search in the internet and I read many books to find it but Idon’t find any thing

How can we use a frame in web page?

Search for the iframe tag on google.

What happens when the page is printed?

That depends on the browser.

What happens when the Back button is clicked?

You will go to the previous page. Note, the displayed content with frames is NOT the main page, so your going to the previous page from the container page's perspective.

How should assistive(phone) technology “read” the page?

This would be hard to answer, as different pages use frames for different purposes.

How should the information be displayed on a small display?

"should"? The browser will control this.

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Don't use frames unless you have no other way to accomplish what you are doing. AJAX is a better idea under most circumstances.
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