Frames vs Tables
Frames divide up your browser window into separate areas. In each of these a page is loaded.
Tables divide up a web page into separate cells.
Frames they take up so much valuable screen real estate.
Frames are not fully supported.
Very difficult to bookmark an internal page
clicking something in one frame and then using the “back” button on a browser will yield unintended results.
Frames often cause problems in printing a page
Ability to update every page on your site using one file.
Very consistent pages.
Loading times of a site are a lot less.
All search engines support tables.
Change means changing every page on the site.
Keeping a consistent design is also more difficult.
Because everything is on every page, the individual pages take longer to load.
Whole table must load before it is displayed on the screen.