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    Hi there,
    I'm currently developing a site for my dads business and I've used a frameset to control the layout, should I resort to using tables? I know that some earlier browsers don't support frames and there is problems with bookmarking pages, but would I gain more control in terms of adjusting the site to different screen resolutions compared to frames?

    Tables or frames? Who wins?

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    tables win without a doubt.
    JR

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    Cheers

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    Here's a thread asking for opinions on frames, and there are a few threads that are linked to in there on frames too. Read up, there's some interesting stuff in there.

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    [searchwdf]frames[/searchwdf]
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    Yeah, I agree. Use tables, I never really use frames. I've used a few IFrames.

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    Opinions are much appreciated, thanks!!!


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