An inline frame allows you to embed another document within the current HTML document. To create an inline frame, we need a second HTML document. This second document contains the content within the inline frame. We use the iframe src attribute to specify the source of the other document, as well as other attributes to determine the height, width etc. IFrames are useful for a wide variety of content and especially for in-site navigation where you can use on to load pages or code snippets dynamically on a page without being an AJAX programmer and without using any javascript.In this article I am trying to show  you that how we can use iframe tag.

Element-specific attribute

Specifies the height of the iframe


Specifies the name of the iframe


Specifies restrictions to the frame content


Specifies that the iframe should be seamlessly integrated in the document


Specifies the URL of the document to show in the iframe


Specifies the HTML of the document showing in the iframe


Specifies the width of the iframe.


In this article I am using two iframe tags, first one for MINDSTICK and second for GOOGLE as shown below:


    <form id="form1" runat="server">
   <iframe src="" width="300" height="500" frameborder="1" scrolling="no" ></iframe> <%--using iframe tag and we have to specifiy the URL of the document to show in the iframe --%>
   <iframe src="" width="300" height="500" ></iframe>

HTML 5 iframe tag


  Modified On Sep-07-2019 12:12:22 AM

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