While a computer geek at heart, I have never done much work in HTML until recently. After having a PoS page (the first of many) out there with no content, I suddenly became possed and got it all working.
...well most of it.
I am using *cough*frames*cough*. I know they are evil, naughty, not supported in text browsers, the cause of mad cow disease, etc. But in the same fashion as the kid that made a site with an incredibly annoying .midi file, I like it this way.
The page is fairly graphic intensive (around 100KB) and I found frames to be the quickest way to improve new page views and browsing on the site.
enough intro: http://www.geocities.com/brotherhobbes/
HEY, they are free, they provide decent web space, and the lil' thing in the corner isn't THAT bad. so shush.
What I need from all of you is how to get the page looking well under most browsers. Example, Netscape and it's Mozilla offspring show my page with a God awful gap between frames. This is my main problem and if anyone can explain to me how to KILL that white space in NS, the points are yours.
I would appreciate any comments and criticism, however harsh they are. The page is, for the most part, an experiment.
*NOTE* I KNOW IV is NOT working.