If you want to insert a frame containing a webpage, into another webpage, you need to use an Inline Frame (an iframe). This is especially useful if you want to display a webpage from another website inside a page on your own website.
Inbetween the <body> & </body> TAGS of your webpage, you need to insert the <iframe> TAG (and it's closing TAG) where you want the inline frame to appear:
Then you need to specify the properties of the <iframe>:
This specifies the name for this frame. This can be anything you like, but each frame must have a different and unique name.
This tells the browser what page will initially appear in the frame on first visit. Enter the URL of the page between the quote marks ("").
This specifies the width of the inline frame.
This specifies the height of the inline frame.
Specifies whether you want a border around the inline frame or not. 0 = no border. 1, 2, 3 etc = a border (higher the number, thicker the border).
Do you want a scrollbar to appear on the inline frame? Can be yes, no or auto. If you select auto, the browser will decide whether to display a scroll bar or not, based on the amount of content in that frame.
This is what your code would look like now:
<iframe name="content" src="mypage.html" width="500" height="400" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe>
When creating hyperlinks, if you want the linked page to appear inside the inline frame, remember to include target="" in the <a> TAG, and place the name you've given to the inline frame between the quote marks ("").
<a href="mypage.html" target="content">My Link</a>