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HutchBall

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Hi, i have developed a web site which incorperates frames. I have a problem, sometimes search engines point directly to one of the frames and bot to the main index frame, meaning someone will only get the left frame which will just give them a contents bar. (or the top frame which is just a picture)

What should i do? Should i create a welcome page so the visitors have to enter?

Thanks for any help. Paul.
 

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best way is a script that detects if someone has arrived out of frames and autoreloads to put it into the frame set. various of these scripts are available by doing a google search

or even better don't use frames
 
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I think frames are being depreciated in HTML anyway, so future browsers probably won't be able to view them. It's best not to use them from now on, in my opinion.
 
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