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An iFrame (or inline frame) allows you to insert an external document into the current html page. It is used extensively for adding connected media (such as a YouTube video) onto your page.
By the end of this page you will be able to:
The following example inserts an html file into your html page.
The following example inserts a YouTube video into your web page
A simulated iFrame is as follows (WikiEducator does not allow iFrames!)
- Tutorial: http://www.samisite.com/test-csb2nf/id43.htm (SamiSite,n.d.). Not particularly pretty but does demonstrate a lot of different ways iFrames can be used.
- Syntax: http://www.w3schools.com/TAGS/tag_iframe.asp (Refsnes, 2010) will give you the attributes you can add to the iFrame
- SamiSite(n.d.)iFrame Tutorial - IFrames described in detail! Retrieved March 1, 2010 from http://www.samisite.com/test-csb2nf/id43.htm
- Refsnes (2010) HTML <iframe> Tag. w3schools. Retrieved March 1, 2010 from http://www.w3schools.com/TAGS/tag_iframe.asp