Iframe is a wrapper for the <iframe> HTML5 element.
For detailed attribute info see:
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children (list of or a singular dash component, string or number; optional):
The children of this component.
id (string; optional):
The ID of this component, used to identify dash components in
callbacks. The ID needs to be unique across all of the components in
n_clicks (number; default
An integer that represents the number of times that this element has
been clicked on.
n_clicks_timestamp (number; default
An integer that represents the time (in ms since 1970) at which
n_clicks changed. This can be used to tell which button was changed
disable_n_clicks (boolean; optional):
When True, this will disable the n_clicks prop. Use this to remove
event listeners that may interfere with screen readers.
key (string; optional):
A unique identifier for the component, used to improve performance by
React.js while rendering components See
https://reactjs.org/docs/lists-and-keys.html for more info.
allow (string; optional):
Specifies a feature-policy for the iframe.
height (string | number; optional):
Specifies the height of elements listed here. For all other elements,
use the CSS height property. Note: In some instances, such as <div>,
this is a legacy attribute, in which case the CSS height property
should be used instead.
name (string; optional):
Name of the element. For example used by the server to identify the
fields in form submits.
referrerPolicy (string; optional):
Specifies which referrer is sent when fetching the resource.
sandbox (string; optional):
Stops a document loaded in an iframe from using certain features (such
as submitting forms or opening new windows).
src (string; optional):
The URL of the embeddable content.
srcDoc (string; optional)
width (string | number; optional):
For the elements listed here, this establishes the element’s width.
Note: For all other instances, such as <div>, this is a legacy
attribute, in which case the CSS width property should be used instead.
accessKey (string; optional):
Keyboard shortcut to activate or add focus to the element.
className (string; optional):
Often used with CSS to style elements with common properties.
contentEditable (string; optional):
Indicates whether the element’s content is editable.
dir (string; optional):
Defines the text direction. Allowed values are ltr (Left-To-Right) or
draggable (string; optional):
Defines whether the element can be dragged.
hidden (a value equal to: ‘hidden’ or ‘HIDDEN’ | boolean; optional):
Prevents rendering of given element, while keeping child elements,
e.g. script elements, active.
lang (string; optional):
Defines the language used in the element.
role (string; optional):
Defines an explicit role for an element for use by assistive
spellCheck (string; optional):
Indicates whether spell checking is allowed for the element.
style (dict; optional):
Defines CSS styles which will override styles previously set.
tabIndex (string; optional):
Overrides the browser’s default tab order and follows the one
title (string; optional):
Text to be displayed in a tooltip when hovering over the element.
loading_state (dict; optional):
Object that holds the loading state object coming from dash-renderer.
loading_state is a dict with keys:
component_name (string; optional):
Holds the name of the component that is loading.
is_loading (boolean; optional):
Determines if the component is loading or not.
prop_name (string; optional):
Holds which property is loading.