I'm not entirely sure what you mean by "XML for the web". It kind of sounds
like a variation of 'standard' XML, but since you don't mention any profduct
names this may not be what you meant at all.
Also, since you describe yourself as a Web designer, may I apologise in
advance if this answer misses the point you were making:
The reason you can't do frames in XML is because XML is intended to deal
with the "content" of your document (be it on the web or anywhere else) NOT
You can still create frames on your web pages using HTML / XHTML (with or
without style sheets) then feed it with material marked up with XML.
Future, fully XML-coherent browsers should simplify things considerably.
From: Barouta, Sandra [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: 13 June 2000 09:35
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: xml and frames
Just browsed the web for info on how to do frames in XML - only to find (at
IRT.ORG) that it's impossible!
Is this really correct?
If you can't create frames in XML, XSL or CSS - then what's the point of
making XML for the web?
Venlig hilsen / Best Regards
Sandra Barouta - PreSales Consultant / Web designer