Unbounce is a software application used to test Internet marketing campaigns and landing pages for your website. Unbounce has the option to use iframes in your testing pages. It's optional, so although Unbounce does not have iframes in the management software by default, you can choose to add them when you design landing page options for testing.
What are Iframes?
Iframes are small sections of code you use to display an external Web page. The iframe lets you have a frame within a main Web page frame. You can set the height and width of the frame, which is useful when working with the Unbounce test manager. You add several iframes to dynamically show content to help improve your conversion rate. Unbounce keeps track of conversions, so you know which iframe is more successful.
In the Unbounce manager, you have several options to design the landing page. Click "Custom HTML" in the "Slidedeck" section. Add your iframe code with the location of the Web page you want to show to the customer. For instance, to create an iframe that points to "newpage.html" use the following code:
Testing the Landing Page
Before launching a landing page, test the code by opening it in a browser. Opening the Web page should display the iframe page you added to the landing page. After you opened the page, open the Unbounce manager to display the statistics for the landing page. You should see an impression for the conversion statistics. This indicates that the Unbounce software is working properly with the iframe and the landing page code.
Adding Unbounce in an Iframe
Just like you can add an iframe with a Web page in an Unbounce landing page, you can also add the Unbounce landing page in an iframe on one of your Web pages. You use this option when you want to integrate Unbounce with a preexisting Web page file. You can create an iframe that is hidden, so the customer does not see the Unbounce information, but it processes in the background. This lets you manage statistics on files that are used by customers, and you want to view statistics on visitors and conversion rates without changing the page address.