HTML <iframe> Tag

You may embed another html page into your current page using the iframe tag. This tag is sometimes referred to as the <iframe> element.

An inline frame is a type of frame that allows another page to be embedded into the current HTML text.

Tips: To style the <iframe>, use CSS.

It is best to provide a title property for the <iframe> at all times. Screen readers utilize this to read aloud the contents of the <iframe>.





Attribute Value Description
allow   If the <iframe> can enable fullscreen mode by calling the request, this property is set to true. The function Fullscreen()
allowfullscreen true 
If the <iframe> can initiate fullscreen mode by invoking the request Fullscreen() function, this property is set to true.
allowpaymentrequest true 
If a cross-origin <iframe> should be permitted to use the Payment Request API, set this property to true.
height pixels The frame's height. Default height is 150 pixels
loading eager 
Specifies whether a browser should load an iframe immediately or postpone iframe loading until certain criteria are satisfied.
name text The element's name.
sandbox allow-forms 
If the attribute is left empty, limitations will be applied to the frame's content. If the attribute is not an empty string, it will return a list of space-separated tokens of limitations that have been lifted.
src URL The URL of the page to be embedded.
srcdoc HTML-code To embed the HTML content of the page (not URL).
width pixels The frame's width. Default width is 300 pixels

Supported Browsers

Element Chrome Firefox Safari Edge / IE Opera
<iframe> Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes