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What is iFrame?

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An iframe, short for inline frame, is an HTML element that contains another HTML document within it. The iframe element is specified with the iframe tag. It may be placed anywhere in an HTML document, and thus anywhere on a web page. Iframes are most often used to embed specific content from one web page like a video, form, document, or even a full web page within a different web page.

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The iframe is used to load the HTML element of a different page on a particular page; they are more specifically used to embed videos, advertisements, or other interactive elements in the page. 

These HTML elements can also contain JavaScript or CSS. 

Sometimes, iframes can be dangerous to your website, making your website vulnerable to cross-site attacks. 

You can use an object tag as an alternative; it is used to embed multimedia elements to a page, such as videos, images, etc.

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