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HTML5 Quick Markup Reference by Wallace Jackson

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Wallace Jackson, HTML5 Quick Markup Reference, 10.1007/978-1-4302-6536-8_21

21. HTML5 Frames: Using the <iframe> Tag

Wallace Jackson

(1)Lompoc, California, USA

Now let’s cover tags from the golden days of HTML, when framesets and frames were commonly used to define areas on the screen. One of these frame-related tags, the <iframe> tag, is still in use today. It allows developers to add pages in other websites into an internal frame, or iframe, in their HTML5 design. This is sometimes called embedding content , but it is different from the <embed>, <object>, and <applet> elements.

In this chapter, you look at three frame-related tags. Two of these are legacy tags not supported in HTML5; they are not recommended for use. They ...

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