Definitions

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  • noun Internet A section of a web page that can act as the container for a second separate page or resource.

Etymologies

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From the name of the HTML element, short for inline frame.

Examples

  • The hidden buttons are delivered by an invisible iframe, which is a window that brings other content into the target Web site.

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  • E-Commerce websites display 3DS in an iframe, which is a window that brings content from one website into another.

    PC Advisor News

  • The hidden buttons are delivered by an invisible iframe, which is a window that brings other content into the target website.

    Hack In The Box

  • The hidden buttons are delivered by an invisible iframe, which is a window that brings other content into the target Web site.

    CSO

  • Web sites that are infected with Gumblar contain an iframe, which is a way to bring content from one Web site into another.

    Latest from Computerworld

  • Web sites that are infected with Gumblar contain an iframe, which is a way to bring content from one Web site into another.

    Yahoo! News: Top Stories

  • The 5 webmasters who will bring most hits on my site through their iframe will be the winners.

    Digital Point Forums

  • The application had been modified to deliver an iframe, which is a way to bring content from one Web site into another.

    Techworld Australia News

  • The application had been modified to deliver an iframe, which is a way to bring content from one Web site into another.

    Infoworld News

  • Web sites that are infected with Gumblar contain an iframe, which is a way to bring content from one Web site into another.

    Yahoo! News: Top Stories

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