Your problem lies in the browser you are using. Apparently, the
website you are visiting detected your browser does not support
framesets. Framesets are HTML programming that allows a web designer
to divide a webpage into separate sections, or frames.
The solution to your problem is to upgrade your current browser or
download a completely new browser. At the bottom of my answer, I have
included links to the more popular browsers for you to take a look at.
Here is the code of the website you were attempting to visit:
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Frameset//EN"
<frameset rows='100%,*' border='0' frameborder='0' framespacing='0'>
<frame src='http://www.rlpd.net/pernix/index.html' name='mainframe'
frameborder='0' noresize='noresize' scrolling='auto'>
<frame frameborder='0' scrolling='no' noresize='noresize'> </frameset>
<noframes><body> Sorry, you don't appear to have frame support.
Go here instead - <a
</body> </noframes> </html>
As you can see, there is an HTML tag called <noframes>. This tag
returns the message you received - "Sorry, you don't appear to have
frame support..." If you look closely, you will see what I'm talking
about in the above code from their site.
Here a few good browsers that support frames to choose from:
Opera - http://www.opera.com/
Mozilla - http://www.mozilla.com/
Internet Explorer - http://www.microsoft.com/
Additionally, here is a link you can use to compare the features of
each of the browsers mentioned above:
Hope that helps, let me know if I can help you any further.