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HTML5 and iframes -- a mess - Comments

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HTML5 and iframes -- a mess

Posted 05 June 2011, 9:28 PM
HTML5 removes the 'frameBorder' and 'scrolling' attributes for the iframe element. So in order to have a validating HTML5 document, you're not allowed to use them.

In theory, CSS can pick up the task instead, so the HTML5 changes makes sense on the surface. HTML5 also introduces a new 'seamless' attribute to achieve what most people are trying to achieve anyway.

However, it all goes down hill from here…

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