Why frames? Netscape 4 is my preferred browser, if the site isn't compatible, I leave. But I also don't like frames and there is no need for them "just for" Netscape 4. Do some homework and you can make a site compatible to all browsers
According to current thecounter.com stats, N4 has a rounded market share of .. 0% (ie less than 0.5%).
I wouldn't bother with it anymore for a general-purpose site, but depending on your specific audience you might still have to.
anon-e-mouse: My site stretches parts of my logo to make it fill the top of the screen. The only way i have found to do it without stretching images is to set the image as a background on one of the frames....even thrn it doesn't work properly
I ditched NS4 support a few months back, it's CSS support is terrible, less than 1% of all users on the net use it. Move with the times and upgrade. NS4 is way back in the late 90's, it's 2004
It's the equivalent of using Mozaic with NS4 was released! The problem is that to make sites accessible you increasingly have to use CSS (not necessarily CSS layouts, but CSS all the same). Because of NS4's terrible CSS and DHTML support your site can't be accessible, be well designed AND be modern without browser sniffing. </rant>