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    Question How do I enable frames in Mozilla?

    I need to know how to enable frames in the Mozilla web browser, so I can view the source of this finicky page.
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    Frames are enabled by default in moz, and are definitely not needed for viewing source. So, what is it you really need?
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    Thanks for your response. I have no trouble viewing the source for Moz on other pages, just these from a server from Cyc corp. However, on Internet Explorer I can view the source for any page from Cycorp. This code below is the only thing it displays whenever I try to view the source on Moz. And I need to use Moz in order to use an added extension I got for Firebird. I don't know how to disable frame support in the Cyc browser at the location is says below. Thanks again.

    PHP Code:
    <html><head>
    <
    meta http-equiv="Content-type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8">
    <
    title>PAMELA Cyc KB Browser</title></head>
    <
    frameset rows="75,*,50">
    <
    frame name="toolbar" src="cg?cb-toolbar-frame" scrolling=no>
    <
    frame name="main" src="cg?cb-login">
    <
    frame name="status" src="cg?cb-status-frame"><noframes><body><b>You must have frames enabled to use Cyc.  Please either enable frames in your web browser or disable frame support in the Cyc browser at the <a href="cg?cb-options" target="main">Options</apage.</b>
    <
    hr><i>Copyright &copy1995 2002 <a href="http://www.cyc.com">Cycorp</a>.  All rights reserved.  </i></body>

    </
    noframes></frameset>
    </
    html

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    Not entirely sure what you mean, but try this:
    Right Click -> This Frame -> View Frame Source
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