Adam's Advanced HTML Guide- Inline Frames
Inline frame is a new concept introduced in Internet Explorer 4 that allows you to create frames that are embedded inside a document. If you don't know what I mean, just take a look at the following example:
Pretty cool, uh? Now I'll show you just how it is created.
Syntax of inline frames
Very simple: <iframe></iframe> That's it! Ok, that, plus a few attributes. Below lists the syntax I used to create the above example:
<iframe src="http://www.tripod.com" width=450 height=300"></iframe>
The "src" attribute specifies the file you want to be shown inside the <iframe>, and the width and height attributes, naturally, dictate the dimensions of it.