Create an iframe with these simple tools and references.
Everything you need to build your own iframes
We have created this simple, yet effective iframe generator for the fast generation of iframe codes. This is not just for newbies, but for seasoned users as well... it takes the thought out of coding your iframe - there are so many more important things to think about when developing a site, you can think about them while generating an iframe automatically. We hope you find this iframe tool useful.
Generate an iframe the easy way
iframe Code Generator:
Use this tool to generate your own iframe code the easy way. You can customize the behaviors easily. Only the first three fields are required to create an iframe. The others are optional and may be left blank.
All fields for optional attributes may be left blank.
Your iframe source code will appear above.
Can I use the "Align" attribute.
The "align" attribute is being deprecated by the folks at W3C - the official standards organization for the World Wide Web.
Can I embed an iframe within an iframe?
Yes. You can use an iframe to contain sub-iframes. There are some translation pages which use this. Here is an example:
They use nested iframes.
Can I load another page at say, the halfway mark?
Yes, if it is on your domain and you have access to the code. Simply insert an anchor tag and direct the iframe to open there.
See our example on our samples page.
What is a "UFrame"?
A uframe is a project written by a progammer named Omar Al Zabir.
According to the codeplex site, UFrame combines the goodness of UpdatePanel and IFRAME in a cross browser and cross platform solution. It allows a DIV to behave like an IFRAME; loading content from any type of page: static or dynamic.
Uframe supports ASP.NET postback and you can have DataGrid or any other complex ASP.NET control within a UFrame. UFrame works perfectly with ASP.NET MVC making it an replacement for UpdatePanel.
You can use UFrames with:
- any other platform.