What attribute will you use to not display a border around the iframe?

@Vadim_Klimets cool! thanks

2017 May 18, 12:44:11 AM

Fix question. <iframe src="html.htm" frameborder="0"></iframe> <iframe src="html.htm" frameborder="no"></iframe> Both options are right. Check twice.

2017 May 1, 10:41:14 AM

Hello, Khan! I suppose that you are not right. For example, "border" attribute is used for making border around such element as inline (<span>,<a> tags), block (<div>, <p> tags), inline-block, table (<table> tag) and flex elements.<iframe> is quite a different thing. Read about <iframe> here:https://www.w3schools.com/tags/tag_iframe.asp. So, "frameborder" is an attribute for <iframe>.

2017 May 1, 10:37:28 AM

This question is totally wrong. In HTML5 we use "border" attribute for this work but quizful stupid saying "frameborder".

2015 Dec 1, 3:55:41 PM

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