QUOTE(pandy @ Oct 2 2011, 11:51 AM)
Not that I know of.
Two questions. Why do you need frames? You say you want two columns, but you don't need frames for that. Why do you need HTML5? If frames are really important to you, it isn't like HTML 4.01 has ceased to work. It's fine to use it.
Thanks for quick reply.
1) I want to use HTML5 because this is the future in web development. If I start using HTML5 from now, I will get better experience, and also after few year HTML4 may vanish.
2) HTML5 have cool features for video, audio, canvas etc. I want to use those cool features.
3) Yes, I want to make 3 columns, and 3 rows (similar to the page that I have hyper-linked in my previous post) . one top row for title and menu bar, one left side for table of content, right side for some extra feature, and bottom for some information. If I do same thing using <div>, I can't get the scroll bar which is important because I want to stay on the same page and scroll (like in web page that I have hyper-linked in my previous post) rather than going all way down to the page. In that page, if you clicked on "information" tab, you will see all information and there is scroll bar. One do not have to go all way down to the page. I think it is easier to view different pages this way.
4) I am an academic person, and I am developing this my personal page to put academic information.