Clark - 6:00 pm on Jun 9, 2006 (gmt 0) There are SO MANY examples of bad stuff that huge companies are doing. This one is not worthy of front page status.
I have lots of issues w/ Yahoo but not on this topic. You are pointing the finger in the wrong direction. If you have a problem at all, it should be in the protocol and the browser. Yahoo is using a tag in the spec for the appropriate purpose. And they don't have bad intentions on this one. They are fighting spammers. Why don't you rail against the W3C for coming up with this tag if it's a bad tag? Why don't you rail against the browser(s) that this technique works in? They are the ones making it possible for ALL webmasters to frame content w/o JS. Surely that's a bigger issue than the fact that one particular company is using it.
There are SO MANY examples of bad stuff that huge companies are doing. This one is not worthy of front page status.