On Tue, 24 Sep 1996 09:34:18 -0700,
Rick Roderick <email@example.com> wrote:
>I tried the NAS site and was told that my browser did not support frames.
>I thought that the latest version of Lynx did support frames. Could
>someone please clear this up?
I got on there with Lynx 2.6. It supported enough frames to get
around the site. I actually saw my first frames ever on this site,
after selecting "reading room" off the main page. When I selected the
second of the three frames, I was in a list of topics, from which I
was able to get a list of books. That's where you finally get into
trouble. They are using something called DocuWeb, from Xerox, for
many of the books. I guess this is Xerox's answer to PDF. Some of
the books are in HTML, and I suppose one could use the list in the
referenced message to figure out which books might have HTML
versions. They did say they are working on a text version of their
page, so we'll see.
Senior Staff Engineer
National Library Service f/t Blind and Physically Handicapped
Library of Congress 202-707-0535
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