While I agree with you about using tables instead of frames, the points you list are all invalid.<br><br>1. Frames load no slower than a single HTML document as long as you don't have giant graphics on them.<br><br>2. Having 2 HTML pages load into frames is hardly considered complex anymore.<br><br>3. Frames CAN be read by search engines - that problem went away years ago.<br><br>4. The only browsers that have problems with frames are version 4 browsers or lower which are so old that anyone using them isn't worth catering to anymore.<br><br>There are of course exceptions to every rule, but the points you've listed are quite outdated. Go ahead an use frames - they aren't the devils work anymore - they're just a sign to a pro that you took the easy way out! <br><br>
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