A web page can have any number of iframes (inline frames) to represent new pages inside a main page. They can be either multiple iframes or nested iframes. The iframes are indicated with an iframe tag, such as
It's easy to handle iframes when a user discovers all the iframes available in a web page. Google Chrome's Developer debugging tool is used to check the availability of iframes. The following figure is an example of nested iframes:
To handle iframes, it's important to switch into and move out of an iframe to the main frame. The following is the syntax for switching iframes:
The following ...