You can embed other web pages in your web page using HTML IFrames. For example, you can display another page in your project or even another page from out on the Internet.
If you are embedding a web page from the Internet in your IFrame, enter its full URL in the Filepath field. (You can use a partial URL is the page is on your site.) If you are embedding a page from the current project, click the Page List button, and then select the page name from the drop-down menu. Since you cannot embed the page your IFrame is on, you must have more than one page in project before you can do this.
You can move and resize the IFrame in the Work Window just as you would any other object. To turn off the IFrame border, click to un-checkmark the Visible Control option box. Click to checkmark the Use Scroll Bar option box to add vertical and horizontal scroll bars to the IFrame. The scrollbar will appear only if the content of the embedded page is larger than the frame.
You can also change some of the frame’s parameters. For example, to change the margin width of the frame, in the Name field, enter MARGINWIDTH, and in the Value field, enter the number of pixels for the margin width. To change the margin height of the frame, in the Name field, enter MARGINHEIGHT, and in the Value field, enter the number of pixels for the margin height. Note that some older browsers do not support this feature.