A simple embedded Link can draw your visitor's attention to some important part of your interface. You can also use these animations to make your website look more interesting!
For starters, I'll show the CSS since it's self-explanatory.
Now to actually see it, You will need to add the correct tag to link it.
We usually have our CSS in a separate file ending with '.css' but with these specifics, we will need it inside the HTML tag itself.
- The frame border attribute specifies whether or not to display a border around a frame.
- They only have 2 values
- the allow transparency attribute of the IFRAME element specifies whether to allow a transparent background in the iframe.
- boolean (true or false)
- Extensions provide an API that enables web applications to interact with content protection systems, to allow playback of encrypted audio and video
In the end, it should look like this!