Ya i dint thought about the first option but thought about the second one before.What i wanted was if the user wont have the Iframe support he may be provided with a web link so that he can click on it.. But in the 2nd situation it seems not to be possible! Any help mate?
Try downloading IE2, iCab (a browser), Opera 3 or Netscape 4 since these browsers are known to not support IFrames. Try downloading one of these and testing your page on it. But seriously, this is a dumb test since I am sure everyone must have moved with the times and has stopped using browsers from the stone age.
If you still continue with the test, let me know which browser works for your test.
Bro.. its true that it will of no use.. but any way...I tested it like this.. send the html file to my nokia n80i as a message through bluetooth.. clicked on it and it opened in the default browser and as it doesnot supports iframe i was able to test it!
See the screen shot!