What is an iFrame?
An iFrame is an HTML document embedded inside another HTML document on a website. The iFrame HTML element can insert content from another source into a web page, such as an advertisement. This insertion is possible using the iframe tag.
More About iFrames
The iframe tag specifies an inline frame. An inline frame can embed another document within the current HTML document.
iFrames are often used to load third-party content, such as advertisements, into a web page.The advantage of using an iFrame is that it can isolate the contents of the embedded document from the rest of the web page. This setup can be helpful if the embedded content is from a different domain and you don’t want it to have access to your web page’s DOM.
The disadvantage of using an iFrame is that it can cause problems with SEO because search engines do not index the content within it. In addition, iFrames can make your website slow to load because they add another HTTP request.