What is an iframe?

Many people don't know what an iframe is, and the fact that Swagbucks has banned people for using them can make them even scarier. 

Before I go on, I should specify why Swagbucks bans people and the difference between a "good" iframe and a "bad" iframe. The term iframe stands for inline frame and is like having a webpage within a webpage. Unfortunately people try to cheat on swagbucks by using "bad" iframes. (for example if it searched every time this page loaded - like Swagbucks.wetpaint does. Do not visit that site or you will get the iframe error!). A "good" iframe would be one that showed a video or a survey. You won't find bad iframes on the Swagbucks website or on my website.  The two sites are 100% safe to visit.The bad ones are only found on outside websites that try to access  and take advantage of swagbucks.

 

 Hopefully the example below makes it easy to identify an iframe and will help keep you safe while using Swagbucks. 

 

The first box is an example of an iframe, while the second one is only an image

     

 

 

 

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