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Since framesets came before a spec which included them, it was really the browsers which made them resizable. Ultimately, it's really up to the browsers to make resizable iframes, just like WebKit made resizable textareas.
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Sorry to KO your point though resize
is a CSS3 property.
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Frame and framesets are both useful in XHTML. And I'm very happy that they are modified in the XHTML 5, This could make the HTML 5 more powerful and there will be more people using XHTML 5 day by day.
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