HTML <embed> Element (deprecated)
- Defines an embedded object within an HTML document just as <object> does.
- MDN Web Docs: <embed>:
The Embed External Content element
- Still supported in all major browsers as of 11/39/2018, but deprecated. "Deprecated" means that it is not recommended that you use it and in the future it may no longer be supported.
- Web browsers have supported the <embed> element for a long time. However, it was not a part of the HTML specification until HTML5-- but, ironically, now that it is in the spec it is being deprecated..
- The <object> element is newer and is preferred
<embed width="400" height="50"
<embed width="400" height="200"
HTML <iframe> Element
- Means "inline frame"
- Another way of embedding a web page (or other document) inside of another web page.
In the example below, the embedded web page is butterflies.html
- Reference: w3schools
<iframe width="400" height="200"