What is an iFrame?
What is iFrame? It is an HTML code that is used to integrate active media or third-party pages into the platform. This tag allows you to create a separate window in a document that is located inside a regular document. It ensures that specific files are downloaded to a specific area. Where exactly this area will be located depends only on the developer.
iFrame tags are used for the following files:
- Visual content (for example, presentations).
- Background traffic through affiliate programs.
- Web design elements (integration of animation or video content).
- Applications for technical support, etc.
However, it is important to be careful when using the iFrame tag in HTML. This is due to the fact that search engines treat it extremely negatively. Using an iFrame involves downloading content from a third-party site. Accordingly, the website owner cannot control which content is displayed. A situation may arise in which unwanted content can enter the site through the iFrame. Therefore, using the tag can lead to falling under the filters of the search engine, which will lead to a drop in the search results.