derernst at gmx.ch
Wed Oct 14 15:40:57 PDT 2009
Aryeh Gregor schrieb:
> On Wed, Oct 14, 2009 at 11:56 AM, Peter Brawley <pb at artfulsoftware.com> wrote:
>> Correct, but excluding frameset from HTML5 increases the likelihood that
>> browsers will drop support for the feature.
> The spec requires all browsers to support framesets. Look:
> Notice that this is contained in a section labeled "Requirements for
> implementations". Also note that the section is full of requirements
> saying "the user agent must". An implementation that does not support
> frames is non-conforming. HTML5 requires frame support in user
> This has been stated a number of times before; what part is unclear?
> The *only* effect on you if you use frames is that your pages will not
> validate as HTML5.
Just for being nitpickinig: This only applies to the frameset document,
which will validate as HTML4 Frameset. The pages contained will validate
as HTML5 (if properly coded, of course). I assume the validator does not
even recognize the fact that a document is part of a frameset.
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