Now that I’ve got your attention with that title 🙂 let me show you these:
Basically, they use inline frames instead of Updating parts of web pages (DOM nodes) using AJAX. There ought to be many other such scripts as well.
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Coming back, you can quickly hack up a set of functions to load any iframe node in your final page with the HTML from a normal HTML file (containing only as much information as is needed for the small rectangle in which it is to be shown), using the url/src property of the iframe. That’s it! You could do it with normal frames as well, as long as you would not get confused.
Then there is the big argument that saving pages and book marking pages becomes a royal pain.
One only needs to think a little: you have the DOM with you, you have the DOM of the iframe’s HTML file with you, you know how to traverse DOMs – you can make a separate popup page with all the correct HTML in it and the user can save it
Same as above plus a “Bookmark Me” button on your main page or on the popped up page.