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    Web Browser that supports frames

    Greetings web developers. Im a new kid learning about a lot of things. I searched the forums and i could not find the names of any web browsers that were really cool and support frames. Could someone please give me a few names and urls so that i can go and try a new browser with frames.

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    i use mozilla. tabbed browsing, you'll never go back. open source, so there may still be bugs in the betas. there are builds that work if you want a version that is sure to work. only problem in that you have to download all the plug-ins (flash, shockwave, etc) seperately. but thats no biggie.
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    does mozilla work in win2kpro???

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    This link might be helpful to you as well, as it outlines all major compatibilities for all popular browsers:

    http://www.webreview.com/browsers/browsers.shtml

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    i used mozilla a bit, i found it to be quite a letdown. it isnt bad, it has some good features, but the GUI sucks!! and i dont like goin gettin plug ins, it annoys me. im a fan of good'ol IE6.0...i know is M$, but sometimes we all have to make exceptions. Im a newbie to AO, not to the whole irc geek thing. I do have a qutestion allong the lines of the .net now that i think of it, are there any good web image developers out there? i need an image for my soon-to-be-released site, www.nettapped.com...all i need is the logo and she is off'n runnin.
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    when i set up frames iv used netscape and IE and both supported frames just fine, either should work for you, you also might wanna check http://www.downloads.com and look threw there, they let you download browsers nd usually theres a review and also try searcing for "browsers that support frames" in a search engine, the quotation marks will narrow it down a lil for you, happy searching.
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    just about every browser out there supports frames, even lynx (a text-only browser)

    see this browser compatibility chart:

    http://hotwired.lycos.com/webmonkey/...browser_chart/

    mozilla works on linux and windows, just be sure to download the right one.

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