What is an iFrame?
An iFrame (short for Inline Frame) is a component of an HTML element that allows you to embed documents, videos, and interactive media within a web page. By doing this, you can display a secondary webpage - like a published BRYTER Module - on one of your main pages.
The iFrame element allows you to include a piece of content from other sources. It can integrate the content anywhere within your page, without having to include them in your web layout’s structure, like a traditional element.
You should not use iFrame excessively though as it can slow down your page. Think about an iFrame as a part of your content, but not part of your site. For example, if you want to add a YouTube video or Google Maps, then you would insert an iFrame element to that page.
How to use an iFrame in a BRYTER context
BRYTER allows you to embed your published Modules in various places like mobile and desktop websites or apps.
This way, you can make your Module widely accessible to your users. On the other hand, if you want to use your Module only within your company, you can also embed it in an intranet solution. Given the custom styling of BRYTER’s Frontend, your Module will integrate perfectly with your platform. You can also publish multiple Modules on your website or intranet solution.