Date: Tue, 30 Mar 2004 14:03:26 -0800
>I attended an interview yesterday and he asked me what
>the problems in using Iframes in a web application.
>Never heard of that. Does anyone has the answer?
I don't know what the problem would be unless it is
deprecated in the latest version of HTML. It is simply a
frame (as in the <FRAME> html tag) but has floating
capabilities (can be put on a web page just as an image
can). If it is not deprecated, then it may just be a
matter of preference. The only other problem it may have
is controlling what wraps around the frame. Hope this
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