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IFRAME XHTML Element

Windows Mobile 6.5
A version of this page is also available for
4/8/2010

The IFRAME element specifies an inline frame within a section of text. This is a block element and does not require a closing tag.

There are some common properties and collections that apply to all the elements of the document object model, see Common Properties, Methods and Collections for the HTML Elements in Internet Explorer Mobile.

This element can be used within a web page with attributes.

This element can be used within scripts where it will have properties, events and methods.

The following table shows items that Internet Explorer Mobile supports

Attribute Value Description

ALIGN

 

Default is bottom.

 

bottom

This is the default setting.

 

left

 

 

middle

 

 

right

 

 

top

 

CLASS

 

Associates the element with a CSS style.

FRAMEBORDER

0,1

Specifies if a border should is drawn. A value of 0 suppresses the border and a value of 1 results in a border. Default is 1 pixel.

HEIGHT

1…#

Specifies the height of the image in pixels or as a percentage of the parent object. Default 100 pixels

ID

 

Uniquely identifies the element within a document.

NAME

String

Specifies the name of the frame

SCROLLING

 

Specifies whether or not the user can scroll the inline frame's content.

 

auto

The browser determines if scrollbars are necessary. This is the default setting.

 

yes

The frame can be scrolled.

 

no

The frame cannot scroll.

SRC

URL

Specifies the URL to be loaded in the IFRAME. The default page is "about:blank."

STYLE

 

Provides the definition of the CSS styles used for this element.

WIDTH

1…#

Specifies the width of the image in pixels or as a percentage of the parent object. Default 100 pixels

The following table shows items that Internet Explorer Mobile supports.

Property Type Access Comments

document

object

Read Only

Retrieves the Automation object of the active document, if any.

height

Number

Read-only

Retrieves the calculated height of the object.

offsetHeight

Number

Read-only

Contains the height of the object in pixels, relative to the parent element.

offsetLeft

Number

Read-only

Contains the number of pixels from the left of the parent element.

offsetParent

String

Read-only

Contains a reference to the container object that defines the offsetTop and offsetLeft properties of the object.

offsetTop

Number

Read-only

Contains the number of pixels from the top of the parent element

offsetWidth

Number

Read-only

Contains the width of the object in pixels, relative to the parent element.

scrolling

string

Read Only

Sets or retrieves whether the frame can be scrolled.

src

string

Read Only

Sets or retrieves a URL to be loaded by the object.

width

Number

Read-only

Retrieves the calculated width of the object.

This element has no associated events.

Method Arguments Description

getAttribute

option

Syntax:

vAttrValue=iframe.getAttribute(sAttrName[,iFlags])

  • Returns the value of the specified attribute. If the attribute is not present then a NULL is returned.
    sAttrName is a String containing the name of the attribute.
    iFlags is an integer that specifies one or more of the following:
    0 (Default) Performs a property search that is not case-sensitive, and returns an interpolated value if the property is found.
    1 Performs a case-sensitive property search. To find a match, the uppercase and lowercase letters in sAttrName must exactly match those in the attribute name.
    2 Returns the value exactly as it was set in script or in the source document.

Windows MobileWindows Mobile 6 and later

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