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Subject:Re: Is framing theft? From:Gail Gurman <gail -at- HOMEMAIL -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 1 Jun 1998 13:19:05 -0700
>>>>> "HC" == Hope Cascio <hope -dot- d -dot- cascio -at- US -dot- ARTHURANDERSEN -dot- COM> writes:
HC> As I see it, there are a couple of scenarios involved here. One is the
HC> "framing" scenario. It's cheesy and nasty as spam, but you can avoid being
HC> the victim of framing by forcing your page into a new browser window when
HC> someone calls your page's URL. Sella Rush reminded us of the HTML tag that
HC> you can use.