An `iframe` is an HTML element that creates an "inline frame" within a document.

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If a webpage contains an iFrame, would the iframe be loaded through the proxy server used to view the page?

I am trying to create a web proxy server similar to those available online: you access the main webpage, enter the url in a field and then, via the web proxy server itself, it would open the page in ...
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Is it possible to serve ads without javascript (via <iframe sandbox>)?

I hate it when useless javascript slows down my machine. Is there a way to do ad placement without JavaScript? I've learned that, for example, iframe element has a sandbox attribute, which lets you ...
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Avoid inflated pageviews when iframing your own webpage?

I have some pages on my website that are intended for other users to embed those pages on their own webpages using iframes. My iframed pages have a Google Analytics tracking code and each time they ...
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Can I embed 3D eDrawings into my website and host the files myself?

So I have been searching for months on how to do this. I am trying to embed Solidworks Parts and or Assemblies into a website. 3DContentCentral is now offering an almost perfect solution. You can now ...