> I think probably Javascript is the 'cleanest' solution in this case,
> but depending on the complexity of your UI another non-JS approach is
> to make every link target the topmost frome (e.g., target="_top") and
> redraw all frames in the frameset on each 'click'. This way you know
> that all frames reflect the latest situation, but it can be annoying
> to see the whole browser redraw every time you do anything. However,
> if your browser doesn't *do* Javascript.... (so long as it does do
> frames.... hmm.. how likely is that?) then it would at least work....

There' s always the possibility that people disable javascript - 
and checking for instance http://www.guninski.com/browsers.html
I would say they have reason to do so.

My take is that one should at least provide a non-javascript alternative 
to browse the site. This also helps with search-engines....


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