Display Web Pages Within Borders Defined by the Object Tag

Display Web Pages Within Borders Defined by the Object Tag

You may have used the tag to include ActiveX controls on your Web pages, but did you know that the tag can be used to include many other types of objects as well? For example, you can use the tag to display any Web page within the borders defined by the tag. This enables you to display pages from any site on your intranet or the Internet on the page that includes the tag. You can use this to build a summary page that displays the home pages of your favorite sites on a single, convenient Web page. This code shows how to use the tag to accomplish this. Note the use of the “data” attribute to identify the page that is to be displayed.


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