If yes, then you should continue reading this out.
You can work on these iframes anywhere in the main file.
You can use this language if you want to work on the appearance as well as on the properties of the iframe elements.
It includes the size, position as well as the src of the element.
Contents of iframe:
Here, we are going to explain the contents of iframe.
Fundamentally, iframes are two faced element.
By that we mean it has two sides.
If we look at the one side of iframe, it is just like a tag.
On the other hand, the other side is made up of a window in window.
The side which is embedded contains a separate window and document object.
If you want to access them, all you need to do is to use their properties properly.
Following are the properties of iframe:
- iframe.contentWindow. This is a position to the window which is inside the .
- iframe.contentDocument. This is a position to the document which is inside the .
It shows that we can easily access the embedded window.
Once the user clicks, the browser will refer the iframe immediately.
If both of these have the same origin, access if provided easily.
On the other hand, if the origin is not similar, the access if denied simply.
The developers are allowed to use different ways in order to enter an iframe into new document.
If we refer to the first way, we have to use document.getElementById to place the element of iframe.
Then, we have to enter new URL into its source.
var el = document.getElementById('ifrm'); el.src = url; // assign url to src property
In the second method, you have to use the frames arrays in order to get the references of iframe window.
window.frames['ifrm'].location = url;