Iframes - Basic Information
Iframes, or inline frames, allow you to load separate HTML files into an existing document. Iframes can be placed anywhere in the document flow. See an example iframe.
Iframe Document Styles: The document loaded into the iframe does not inherit styles from the containing document. Styles to be applied to iframe content need to be included in that document.
_parent to replace the containing document.
Iframe Attributes: The HTML iframe element provides a collection of attributes for specifying its appearance and behavior, such as
src, width, height,
sandbox, and more. W3 Schools and MDN list and describe the iframe element's attributes.
Find out about the iframe onload event and other iframes topics from the list on the right.