firefox bug (fedora or mozilla?)
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Sat Jul 31 13:08:46 UTC 2010
On Thu, 2010-07-29 at 15:36 -0700, Mike Wright wrote:
> <div id="tocdiv" class="toc">
> <iframe id="tocframe" class="toc" src="./toc.html">
> This is an iframe, to view it upgrade
> your browser or enable iframe display.
> The rendering problems I mentioned previously all involved <iframes/>.
> I've never found anything using edit->preferences that has anything to
> do with <iframes/>.
The /enable it/ instruction, is a generic instruction that many web
authors just bung between the iframe tags, without thinking about what
they're doing. A better idea would have been for the page to *include*
the table of contents, or other links, in there; so that without the
iframe, someone could still navigate the page.
Some browsers have options for iframe rendering, but not all of them.
Firefox has an about:config option for frames, in general. And some
filtering proxies have options for filtering out iframes, too.
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