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Function Defines an inline frame within a text flow
align , class , frameborder , height , id , long-
desc , marginheight , marginwidth , name ,
scrolling , src , style , title , width
</iframe> ; never omitted
End tag
Used in
Use the src attribute with <iframe> to specify the URL of the document
that occupies the inline frame. All of the other, optional attributes for
the <iframe> tag, including name , class , frameborder , id , longdesc , mar-
ginheight , marginwidth , name , scrolling , style , and title , behave exactly
like the corresponding attributes for the <frame> tag. [ The <frame> Tag,
11.4.1 ]
Use the content of the <iframe> tag to provide information to users of
browsers that do not support inline frames. Compliant browsers ignore
these contents, whereas all other browsers ignore the <iframe> tag and
therefore display its contents as though they were regular body content.
For instance, use the <iframe> content to explain to users what they are
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