We considered alternative web page styles. A simple list of hyperlinks without annotating sentences is more compact than our annotated links. However, we felt that some of our links were a bit esoteric and needed explanation. Alternatively, a Netscape frame combines navigational tools and content pages into a single window. However, frames tend to mangle their pages. Sometimes the contents area is too small and sometimes the navigational links are hidden by the frame. Frames, while being good for simple tables, generally challenge the what-you-get-is-what-you-meant concept. Furthermore, frames are not part of HTML 2.0 and a web page designed for Netscape frames might be rendered terribly by other browsers.