Posts tagged with Iframes

StumbleUpon brings the iFrame back

You thought they were gone. Those pesky, annoying, experience-destroying things. Yes, I'm talking about iFrames.

Popular a decade ago, they've made a few appearances in the past several years. The once-popular Digg, for instance, turned to them to implement its DiggBar.

But now they're back.


Twitter set to roll out enhanced brand pages

In the world of social media, many brands are doubling down on their investments. And when it comes to those investments, much is being focused on a few popular services.

One of those popular services: Twitter.

1 comment

Can Facebook rule the web with iframes?

fb logo

Many marketers are still wrapping their heads around recent changes to Facebook pages and their effect on the way brands can interact with their users across the platform.

It‘s unsurprising that some were caught off guard by the announcement that Facebook will also be making a larger change in March, finally moving away from FBML coding in favour of a return to iframes.

While the announcement isn’t a complete surprise - rumours have been circulating since 2010 - the ramifications could ultimately be much larger for Facebook and e-commerce in general.