Is This A Good Call For Using Frames?
On my page, I have a paragraph where I discuss some of the novelists I have illustrated for. Where I mention names, I have coded them as links, which transport the viewer to the official websites for these authors.
To reduce the risk of the fox getting caught in digression, (possibly following links from other pages and perhaps not coming back) I would like these websites to open up in a framset in a bid to help anchor my viewer to my own page.
I know people hate frames. I haven't used them since 1996. For the past four and a half years (ever since I discovered CSS) I have done my utmost to adhere to W3C web standards. But the frameset is still valid under CSS3 and I was wondering if this purpose is a good call for using frames?
The rest of my site will NOT be using frames, anywhere. It is just for this one page, where I want to 'link out' temporarily, during a particular discussion.
Your honest thoughts are appreciated.
Last edited by Daniel_A_Varney; 07-15-2011 at 05:53 PM..