It used to be that many big sites (like Google Images)
would frame you.
But not any more.
is for sharing pages on social media.
It frames the pages that are shared.
A search for
Linkis links to tcd.ie
the page above.
View source and you see it uses iframe to frame
this tcd.ie page.
It adds extra bits to the page, even on top of the original page.
It also hides the original page's URL.
If you don't like this, use a "Framekiller" as above.
share my site
using Linkis, the Linkis page starts to load and then it jumps out of the frame.
Move CPU load onto client
without burdening the server.
Good (for both client and server) to move CPU load onto client. Why?
If we label elements of a page,
in Event attributes.
<input id="thebutton" name="thebutton" type="button" value="Click to run function" />
Sometimes I link to Wikipedia.
I have written something
In defence of Wikipedia.
It is often a useful starting point
but you cannot trust it.
Linking to it is like linking to a Google search.
A starting point, not a destination.
highlight in red all
links to Wikipedia and Google search
and other possibly-unreliable user-generated content.