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An iframe allows a certain web page to load content from another source without forcing the user to navigate to that specific page.
In general, iframes should not be used as they create a strong dependency between websites over which the European institutions have no control.
In addition, an iframe could be exploited to inject potentially dangerous code.



After January 1, 2020, every web page loading content in an iframe from a source external to institutional websites will be removed.
Exceptions to this rule are newsfeeds coming from official institutional social media accountsLoading third-party content via HTML Inline Frame elements (<iframe>) on pages within is not allowed.

If required by a justified communication need, iframe content may be embedded provided that the iframe content:

Iframes can only be used to embed internal pages, specifically pages that run applications developed in the past that can't be easily replaced.