<iframe> element defines an inline frame that contains another document. This frame or sub-window
can be inserted inline into a block of text in the following way:
As you can see an iframe with a full page inside it involves scroll bars and only shows a small portion of the framed page even on a full sized monitor. Add to this the accessibility problems for users who aren't using a mouse, bookmarking problems as only one URI can be shown in the address bar, the fact that the browsers back button can't access the frame and the horrible look of the page, when all things are considered iframes serve no useful purpose and their use isn't recommended.
- CORE ATTRIBUTES - class, id, title, style
- longdesc - a URI which contains a link to a long description of the frame - this is mainly useful for non-visual browsers.
- src - location of the frame - a URI.
- frameborder - sets whether this frame has a seperator between itself and other frames - 1 = yes, 0 = no.
- marginwidth - sets left and right margins.
- marginheight - sets top and bottom margins.
- scrolling - should iframe have scroll bars - possible values are: yes, no or auto.
- height - the height of the iframe.
- width - the width of the iframe.