[MUD-Dev] Re: Off topic! But please help

Jon A. Lambert jlsysinc at ix.netcom.com
Thu Jun 11 20:25:05 New Zealand Standard Time 1998


On 10 Jun 98, John Bertoglio wrote:
>
> Some red flags: Two of the three "hot links" did not work. I was interested
> in the level of expertise in the "Web Databases" since that is what I do
> all day long (and in fact, should be doing right now.) Looked at the RPG
> page and it was not bad. One problem is the links all retain the mining.co
> frame set which causes some of the sites not to function. This is
> considered tacky at best and specifically prohibited (though no mechanizim
> for enforcement really exists) by some sites.

I'm curious about your and others' opinions about web page navigation 
and framing others sites.  Regarding the links on my site, I've 
endeavored to disable the frames when going to most web pages.  But I 
have kept the navigation framing intact when linking to an FTP site 
and when refering to a single HTML document on another site.
Is this a reasonable compromise?   I was also wondering about the 
reference to it being specifically prohibited by some sites.  Do you 
mean the ISP hosting the site or the "linked" site?      

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