What is an iFrame?
An Iframe, or inline frame, places another HTML document in a frame. This is typically how websites embed ads or videos inside of web pages.
Using the iFrame brick
In PixieBrix, an iFrame can be used as the renderer for a sidebar panel or panel, or inside a “render document” brick.
After adding an iFrame as the final brick in a blueprint or inside a document, paste the URL you want to display inside the url field.
Width and height can be adjusted to better fit the frame into the sidebar.
Here’s more information on iFrames:
Some websites don’t allow you to embed them in IFrames, and some only allow being embedded when you’re on the same domain. This is done for security reasons.
||The URL to display in the IFrame|
||The title of the IFrame|
||The width of the IFrame|
||The height of the IFrame|
||Run with the parent Content Security Policy (CSP)|
|No outputs for this brick defined.|