The next issue is Properly Title Frames. I had no idea what was being referred to here. So I clicked on the link item to get more detail. Below is a screen shot of the first line of the report.
|Properly Label Frames|
Tracking this down, I went to the post it referred to called, Checking your work, and looked at the html for that post. There was no iframe in that. Then it occurred to me to look at the html for the Template of the blog. There was no iframe in that either. Then I opened the Web page for that post and checked page source. Again, there was no iframe.
So after puzzling about this for a while longer, it occurred to me to right click on the Navbar of the blog. (This is the bar at the top that has the Blogger logo and the search blog tool.) When you do that a menu appears. I selected the bottom most item, Inspect element. It produces the html for the Navbar. Sure enough, the exact text in the description can be found there.
This is something the blog owner has no control of. And the Navbar is useful to folks who come to blog. The right answer isn't to get rid of the Navbar. It is to get the proper labeling there.
Folks at Google, can you get on it asap?