Do you know that you can hack your site by creating an iFrame?
As soon as you get into my repl code, I will invite you to check your site by inserting your URL into the next line "target.src= 'insert your URL'".
iFrames bring security risks, and usability issues:
1.- You may get a submittable malicious web form, phishing your users' personal data.
2.- A malicious user can run a plug-in.
3.- A malicious user can change the source site URL.
4.- A malicious user can hijack your users' clicks.
5.- A malicious user can hijack your users' keystrokes.
1.- It tends to break the browsers' "Back" button.
2.- It confuses visually impaired visitors, using screen readers.
3.- It confuses users, suddenly opening the iframe content in a new browser window.
4.- Content within the iframe doesn't fit in and looks odd.
5.- Content within the iframe is missing since the source URL changed.
6.- Navigation of the site in the iframe stops working.
7.- Every in a page requires increased memory and other computing resources.
Please let me know if you have some questions or concerns and I would be more than happy to help you.