In Haskell, the
iframe element is not a built-in component. It is typically used in HTML to embed another document or webpage within the current document. The
iframe element has several attributes that can be used to control its behavior and appearance.
src attribute specifies the URL of the document to be embedded in the
iframe. It can be a relative or absolute URL.
height attributes control the dimensions of the
iframe in pixels or as a percentage of the available space.
frameborder attribute specifies whether or not to display a border around the
iframe. Setting it to
0 will remove the border.
scrolling attribute controls whether or not to display scrollbars within the
iframe. Possible values are
allowfullscreen attribute allows the embedded document to be displayed in fullscreen mode.
name attribute specifies the name of the
iframe, which can be used as a target for links or form submissions.
These are some of the commonly used attributes of the
iframe element in HTML. Keep in mind that Haskell is a functional programming language and does not have built-in support for HTML or web development. If you are looking to work with HTML and
iframe attributes in Haskell, you may need to use a library or framework that provides HTML generation capabilities.