[ic] Ask Jeeves frames - secure page issue

John1 list_subscriber at yahoo.co.uk
Sat Aug 28 17:26:48 EDT 2004

On Saturday, August 28, 2004 9:47 PM, jon at endpoint.com wrote:

> On Sat, 28 Aug 2004, John1 wrote:
>>> You can use simple JavaScript code on your pages to break out of a
>>> frame:
>>> http://www.thesitewizard.com/archive/framebreak.shtml
>> Thanks a lot for thesitewizard link Jon!  I've implemented the
>> JavaScript suggestion and it works a treat.  :-)
>> I am actually a little nervous about using JavaScript - there seem
>> to be sooo many sites out there that contain broken JavaScript - so
>> often I get the pop-up box "A runtime error has occured - Do you
>> wish to debug" even on seemingly well designed sites.  This has just
>> put me off using JavaScript as 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?  :-) 
> JavaScript as simple as this is nothing to worry about. Browsers I'm
> familiar with don't show JavaScript errors by default anyway, so users
> wouldn't see anything amiss if your code malfunctioned (they'd just
> remain in a frame if they were in one).
> ...

Thanks for the answers Jon.  :-)

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