iFrame Application

iFrames allow browsers to be split into segments (two web sites display at same time). Each segment will show a different website. Typically, the outer left and top parameter of the screen is ‘your’ web site. The web site in the middle is another company. Another way to explain: iFrame is an HTML element which makes it possible to embed another HTML document inside the main document. Example: Let’s say you sell for Avon™. You have your own web site. Avon™ corporate has a web site for you also. Within your personal web site, you can display your web site on the outside and place the Avon™ Corporate web site in the middle of yours.

Add iFrame Application
To begin, on the Quick Panel, select the Palette tab.

Then click on Web Objects with the Group tabs.

Click on the iFrame icon and drag onto your web page within your site.
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 iFrame Application is added to your page.

To set the width and height, you will need to set the Properties.

Right click on the iFrame Application, borders will turn red.
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Drop-down menu will appear.  Select iFrame.  Then select Properties
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iFrames Properties dialog box will appear

Width (pixels) = Enter the frame width to display on your web site page within your site.
Height (pixels) = Enter the frame height to display the web site page within your site
URL = Enter the complete web site address (http://www.anydomainname.com). 

NOTE:  the iFramed web site will NOT display in the editor.  Your will need to Preview or Publish your site to view.

Select OK to accept.   Select Cancel to Abort operation.
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Remove iFrame Application



Right click on the iFrame Application, borders will turn red.


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Drop-down menu will appear.  Select iFrame.  Then select Remove iFrame Application
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iFrames Remove Application dialog box will appear

Select OK to accept.   Select Cancel to Abort operation.
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Other Handy Information
iFrame Application