HTML iframes, also referred to as inline frames, will enable you to load another HTML document into a specific area within a web page.
There are many uses for an iframe, such as displaying advertising, as it provides a great way to give your advertisers more control over the ads they are displaying.
Iframes can also be used to display a form within your webpage. When your visitor fills out your form and clicks on the ‘Submit’ button, instead of leaving the page they’re on, the ‘thank you’ page will load within your iframe.
Another great use of an iframe is to display rotating content on your web page. For example, you could display products, testimonials, tips, images, or whatever you’d like.
Creating an iFrame
An iframe is created using the <iframe> tag and src element that specifies the document to be displayed within the frame.
- HTML Code
HTML code viewed within an HTML document:
<iframe src="iframe_example.htm" width="200" height="200"> </iframe>
- Browser View
HTML coding viewed through a web browser:
To specify the height and width of an iframe, add the width and height attributes.
This concludes the HTML iframes tutorial. In the next section, we will focus on HTML Meta Tags.