All except list items (LI/DT/DD) and most replaced elements
Inherit From Parent:
What is it?
This property inserts another document into the current document, replacing
the current element's content. Any elements or CSS properties applied to or
inherited by the current element are applied to the inserted content as well.
This property is similar in effect to the HTML 4.0 IFRAME element which
Netscape 4.0 does NOT support.
An absolute or relative URL pointing to a document. If rendering
of the document is not possible by the browser, it should be ignored and the
regular element content be displayed instead.
- I originally also had an example here for using this property
in-line, but an alert reader pointed out that using 'include-source'
in-line with the STYLE attribute appears to have NO effect. Using
the property referenced by an external or embedded style sheet
DOES appear to work fine.
- This property does not apply to list items (LI/DT/DD), INPUT,
IMG and other replaced elements.
- Applying this property to SELECT and TEXTAREA elements replaces
the content, but also renders empty form controls.
- Applying this property will expand the dimensions of the
element's rendering box unless the 'width' property is set.