QUOTE(pandy @ Oct 12 2011, 03:41 PM)
In fact the total size is a little larger and there are two requests to the server instead of one. Not that the difference will be noticeable, but I'd say the frame version would be the slower. And there are of course problems with frames. You don't use alt text for the logos (you should). But if you did, what page would you like search engines to find? This http://www.bluelinkerp.com/corporate/clien...-wholesale.html
or this http://www.bluelinkerp.com/corporate/clientlist.asp
Thanks for the help. So you are saying that when you land on a page with a dynamic iFrame, the browser automatically downloads all of the pages? Because the html code is written using ASP depending on the parameters set in the URL, I thought it was a safe bet that the browser would only be "aware" of one iFrame at a time. I do not see how it could possibly download all of the individual pages . . .
The other benefit to this approach is that I can maintain each page separately instead of having one HUGE page loaded with embedded content and have to sort through all the code.
Does it make sense?