repair missing TITLE attribute for FRAME elements
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UAAG 1.0 Requirement
Repair missing content
Allow configuration to generate repair text when the user agent recognizes that the author has not provided conditional content required by the format specification.
- When viewing frames, the values of the TITLE attribute may be rendered by user agents.
- When the TITLE attribute is missing from the FRAME element, user agents should repair this missing content.
- The user agent may satisfy this checkpoint by rendering repair text based on any of the following available sources of information: URI reference, content type, or element type.
<frameset rows="70%, 30%">
<frame name="head" src="0207-FRAME-TITLE-SRC.html" scrolling="yes"/>
<frame name="target1" src="../frames/frame-target1.html" scrolling="no"/>
<div class="message">Frames are disabled or not supported by this user
agent. To use this test suite, frames must be enabled.</div>
HTML 4.01 specification for FRAME
HTML 4.01 specification for TITLE
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Last modified: $Date: 2003/07/29 21:30:10 $ by $Author: koteles $
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