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Subject: Re: [uk-netmarketing] RE: The Rules
From: Tim Ireland
Date: Tue, 30 Jan 2001 09:39:39 -0000

"Dan Winchester" <danatfreelancers [dot] net> said:

> I'd be interested to see an example of 'good use' of frames.
> The Internet is an open network of resources, each with its own unique
> address.
> Framed content is not uniquely addressable (within its frameset), and
> 'breaks' the Internet.
> This is why framed content can't be:
> * spidered
> * emailed
> * linked to
> * referenced
> * logged
> ... in a straightforward/meaningful way.
> Where none of this is necessary*, frames may offer some advantage.

*Or where none of this is /desirable/.

Well said, that man.

Tim 'no follow' Ireland
Director of Marketing

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