[ic] Ask Jeeves frames - secure page issue
jon at endpoint.com
Sat Aug 28 16:47:20 EDT 2004
On Sat, 28 Aug 2004, John1 wrote:
> > frame:
> > http://www.thesitewizard.com/archive/framebreak.shtml
> suggestion and it works a treat. :-)
> the pop-up box "A runtime error has occured - Do you wish to debug" even on
> I have assumed that it can't be relied upon to run smoothly on different
> browser platforms. Is this a reasonable concern, or is it just me? :-)
wouldn't see anything amiss if your code malfunctioned (they'd just remain
in a frame if they were in one).
> then the web pages should still *always* display without a problem in
> cause a problem?
No. Unrecognized HTML attributed will be ignored by even the most ancient
> Also, should I be worried about the performance impact of running a
> breakout_of_frame script when *each* page is loaded? On a modern PC are we
> talking about micro-seconds or milli-seconds to run a small onload
Nothing to worry about for a tiny script like that, even on a 10-year-old
> Also, if I put the scipts in a scripts.js file, will the browser cache
> the js file?
> Similarly, is there much of a performance overhead to running mod_rewrite?
No. Effectively none for a few simple rules.
Of course you can test speed with and without mod_rewrite yourself
with a tool like ApacheBench (ab).
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