Re: Link mania; more on frames and the number of navigation links on a UI
" A few other good reasons to avoid frames:
1. Copyright problems:
Indeed. Depending upon how a frame is used, a web publisher could face potential trademark, copyright or other claims. For the background on this topic, see the article on GigaLaw.com, "Web Site Framing: Trademark and Copyright Issues," http://www.gigalaw.com/articles/kubiszyn-2000-04-p1.html
Doug Isenberg, Esq.
Editor & Publisher, GigaLaw.com
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