An iFrame (Inline Frame) is an HTML element that allows you to embed another HTML document within the current HTML document. It is often used to embed content from another website, such as a video from YouTube, a map from Google Maps, or a form from a different website.
An iFrame is defined using the <iframe> tag and its source attribute “src” is used to specify the URL of the content to be embedded.
For example, to embed a YouTube video on a website, you can use the following code:
<iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/video-id"frameborder="0" allow="accelerometer; autoplay; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture" allowfullscreen></iframe>
The iFrame element can also include other attributes such as width and height to specify the size of the iframe, scrolling to specify whether or not scrollbars should be displayed, and a name attribute that allows the iframe to be targeted with a link.
Please note that some websites may have a security policy in place that prevents their content from being embedded in iframes, so it’s important to check the website’s terms of service before embedding their content in an iframe.
Also some web browsers and devices may have a security feature that blocks iframes, that’s why it’s important to test your website on different platforms to ensure that the iframes are working properly.
AutoPod uses iFrames to provide widgets that can be used on your website to display new episodes, shows and more. You can find the iFrame code that you need to embed your content within the AutoPod dashboard.