An iframe (inline frame) is an HTML element that loads another HTML page within the document. Essentially, it shows content from another website within the page in question. Iframes are commonly used to embed YouTube videos, Google Maps content, or ads.

From a Data privacy perspective, it’s worth noting that iframes can collect Visitor data while loading content from another site. To respect their privacy, you should only show content in iframes to visitors who give valid Consent.