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Browser Compatabilty with Frames

Posted on 2004-04-23
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Hi All
Been away from this site and a computer for a bit .Anyway the problem i have got is i am building a site with Dreamweaver mx and i am using frames ( yeah, i know ) and have a problem with browser compatabilty.

Any Help would be appreciated????????
Thanx
Jackarmy

Below is the the site report:

<?xml version="1.0" standalone="yes" ?>

<mm_report>
      <mm_reportname>      ResultsReport.xml</mm_reportname>
      <mm_reportdate>04/23/04 10:15:16</mm_reportdate>
      <mm_reportlocation>D:\\htdocs\Bunny\</mm_reportlocation>
      <mm_reportitem>
            <mm_statusicon>10</mm_statusicon>
            <mm_displaystr><![CDATA[bunnyrabbits.htm]]></mm_displaystr>
            <mm_file>D:\htdocs\Bunny\bunnyrabbits.htm</mm_file>
            <mm_linenumber>8</mm_linenumber>
            <mm_description><![CDATA[The frameborder attribute of the FRAMESET tag is not supported. [Mozilla 1.0, Netscape Navigator 7.0, Safari 1.0]]]></mm_description>
            <mm_reportedby></mm_reportedby>
      </mm_reportitem>
      <mm_reportitem>
            <mm_statusicon>10</mm_statusicon>
            <mm_displaystr><![CDATA[bunnyrabbits.htm]]></mm_displaystr>
            <mm_file>D:\htdocs\Bunny\bunnyrabbits.htm</mm_file>
            <mm_linenumber>8</mm_linenumber>
            <mm_description><![CDATA[The border attribute of the FRAMESET tag is not supported. [Mozilla 1.0, Netscape Navigator 7.0, Safari 1.0]]]></mm_description>
            <mm_reportedby></mm_reportedby>
      </mm_reportitem>
      <mm_reportitem>
            <mm_statusicon>9</mm_statusicon>
            <mm_displaystr><![CDATA[bunnyrabbits.htm]]></mm_displaystr>
            <mm_file>D:\htdocs\Bunny\bunnyrabbits.htm</mm_file>
            <mm_linenumber>8</mm_linenumber>
            <mm_description><![CDATA[The FrameSpacing attribute of the FRAMESET tag is not supported. [Opera 6.0, Opera 7.0]]]></mm_description>
            <mm_reportedby></mm_reportedby>
      </mm_reportitem>
      <mm_reportitem>
            <mm_statusicon>10</mm_statusicon>
            <mm_displaystr><![CDATA[bunnyrabbits.htm]]></mm_displaystr>
            <mm_file>D:\htdocs\Bunny\bunnyrabbits.htm</mm_file>
            <mm_linenumber>8</mm_linenumber>
            <mm_description><![CDATA[The framespacing attribute of the FRAMESET tag is not supported. [Mozilla 1.0, Netscape Navigator 6.0, Netscape Navigator 7.0, Safari 1.0]]]></mm_description>
            <mm_reportedby></mm_reportedby>
      </mm_reportitem>
      <mm_reportitem>
            <mm_statusicon>10</mm_statusicon>
            <mm_displaystr><![CDATA[bunnyrabbits.htm]]></mm_displaystr>
            <mm_file>D:\htdocs\Bunny\bunnyrabbits.htm</mm_file>
            <mm_linenumber>9</mm_linenumber>
            <mm_description><![CDATA[The id attribute of the Frame tag is not supported. [Microsoft IE for Macintosh 5.2, Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0, Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5, Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, Netscape Navigator 6.0, Opera 6.0, Opera 7.0]]]></mm_description>
            <mm_reportedby></mm_reportedby>
      </mm_reportitem>
      <mm_reportitem>
            <mm_statusicon>9</mm_statusicon>
            <mm_displaystr><![CDATA[bunnyrabbits.htm]]></mm_displaystr>
            <mm_file>D:\htdocs\Bunny\bunnyrabbits.htm</mm_file>
            <mm_linenumber>9</mm_linenumber>
            <mm_description><![CDATA[The title attribute of the FRAME tag is not supported. [Safari 1.0]]]></mm_description>
            <mm_reportedby></mm_reportedby>
      </mm_reportitem>
      <mm_reportitem>
            <mm_statusicon>10</mm_statusicon>
            <mm_displaystr><![CDATA[bunnyrabbits.htm]]></mm_displaystr>
            <mm_file>D:\htdocs\Bunny\bunnyrabbits.htm</mm_file>
            <mm_linenumber>9</mm_linenumber>
            <mm_description><![CDATA[The title attribute of the Frame tag is not supported. [Microsoft IE for Macintosh 5.2, Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0, Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5, Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, Netscape Navigator 6.0, Opera 6.0, Opera 7.0]]]></mm_description>
            <mm_reportedby></mm_reportedby>
      </mm_reportitem>
      <mm_reportitem>
            <mm_statusicon>10</mm_statusicon>
            <mm_displaystr><![CDATA[bunnyrabbits.htm]]></mm_displaystr>
            <mm_file>D:\htdocs\Bunny\bunnyrabbits.htm</mm_file>
            <mm_linenumber>10</mm_linenumber>
            <mm_description><![CDATA[The id attribute of the Frame tag is not supported. [Microsoft IE for Macintosh 5.2, Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0, Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5, Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, Netscape Navigator 6.0, Opera 6.0, Opera 7.0]]]></mm_description>
            <mm_reportedby></mm_reportedby>
      </mm_reportitem>
      <mm_reportitem>
            <mm_statusicon>9</mm_statusicon>
            <mm_displaystr><![CDATA[bunnyrabbits.htm]]></mm_displaystr>
            <mm_file>D:\htdocs\Bunny\bunnyrabbits.htm</mm_file>
            <mm_linenumber>10</mm_linenumber>
            <mm_description><![CDATA[The title attribute of the FRAME tag is not supported. [Safari 1.0]]]></mm_description>
            <mm_reportedby></mm_reportedby>
      </mm_reportitem>
      <mm_reportitem>
            <mm_statusicon>10</mm_statusicon>
            <mm_displaystr><![CDATA[bunnyrabbits.htm]]></mm_displaystr>
            <mm_file>D:\htdocs\Bunny\bunnyrabbits.htm</mm_file>
            <mm_linenumber>10</mm_linenumber>
            <mm_description><![CDATA[The title attribute of the Frame tag is not supported. [Microsoft IE for Macintosh 5.2, Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0, Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5, Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, Netscape Navigator 6.0, Opera 6.0, Opera 7.0]]]></mm_description>
            <mm_reportedby></mm_reportedby>
      </mm_reportitem>
</mm_report>

END


This is thE html of the main frameset

<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Frameset//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/frameset.dtd">
<html>
<head>
<title>Bunny Rabbits</title>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">
</head>

<frameset rows="120,*" frameborder="NO" border="0" framespacing="0">
  <frame src="banner.htm" name="banner" scrolling="NO" noresize id="banner" title="topFrame" >
  <frame src="home.htm" name="content" id="content" title="mainFrame">
</frameset>
<noframes><body>
</body></noframes>
</html>


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An what is the Question?  How to get rid of the warnings?  Don't use unsupported attributes.

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The Warnings i suppose, But i know i will still have some errors but how do i change these to effect .
Thanx
Jackcarl (Dreamweaver Newbie)

The frameborder attribute of the FRAMESET tag is not supported. [Mozilla 1.0, Netscape Navigator 7.0, Safari 1.0]

The border attribute of the FRAMESET tag is not supported. [Mozilla 1.0, Netscape Navigator 7.0, Safari 1.0]

The FrameSpacing attribute of the FRAMESET tag is not supported. [Opera 6.0, Opera 7.0]

The framespacing attribute of the FRAMESET tag is not supported. [Mozilla 1.0, Netscape Navigator 6.0, Netscape Navigator 7.0, Safari 1.0]

The id attribute of the Frame tag is not supported. [Microsoft IE for Macintosh 5.2, Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0, Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5, Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, Netscape Navigator 6.0, Opera 6.0, Opera 7.0]

The title attribute of the FRAME tag is not supported. [Safari 1.0]

The title attribute of the Frame tag is not supported. [Microsoft IE for Macintosh 5.2, Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0, Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5, Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, Netscape Navigator 6.0, Opera 6.0, Opera 7.0]

The id attribute of the Frame tag is not supported. [Microsoft IE for Macintosh 5.2, Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0, Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5, Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, Netscape Navigator 6.0, Opera 6.0, Opera 7.0]

The title attribute of the FRAME tag is not supported. [Safari 1.0]

The title attribute of the Frame tag is not supported. [Microsoft IE for Macintosh 5.2, Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0, Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5, Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, Netscape Navigator 6.0, Opera 6.0, Opera 7.0]

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The unsupported attributes will be ignored by browsers that do not support them.  I don't think non-support is going to create any rendering problems.  If there are rendering problems then they are probably fixable with CSS.  There may be minor rendering differences between browsers, but even with exactly the same code that is going to happen because they use different rendering engines.  

The real test is whether you get an acceptable rendering in each browser you are supporting.  If something is flawed it may take some tweaking, but the kind of warning you have there are not show stoppers by any means.

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Glad I could help.  Thanks for the A. :^)

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