Iframe and bandwidth question

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IFRAME and bandwidth question. If I IFRAME another site or a portion of it, which site has the bandwidth useage?
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Marije, Official Rep

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Hi Thrundar,

Anything you view on your browser, whether it's in an iframe or not will use your bandwidth.

In terms of traffic, the site you're putting in the iframe will also get the traffic - it's considered the same as typing that URL into a browser.

Does that answer your question - perhaps if you tell us why you need to know? That could help!
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Just trying to learn different aspects and how things work.
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Monique, VP of Customer Support

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Excellent question. I am sure others would also like to know :-)
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Does this mean that you can create any page on any host and then be able to iframe it into synthasite?
I actually wanted to be able to upload a page to synthasite but since that's not possible i hope this could work?

My site: http://www.muzicera.com
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Monique, VP of Customer Support

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Yes, you can embed a page created elsewhere using an iframe - this might be a solution if you have alternative hosting for the page you refer to.