Reason #1. Iframes Bring Security Risks
If you create an iframe, your site becomes vulnerable to cross-site attacks.
You may get a submittable malicious web form, phishing your users' personal data.
A malicious user can run a plug-in.
A malicious user can change the source site URL.
A malicious user can hijack your users' clicks.
A malicious user can hijack your users' keystrokes.
Don't put your visitors at risk to the XSS attacks.
Reason #2. Iframe Cause Usability Issues
The iframe tag is notorious for creating usability annoyances. Among most common of them are:
It tends to break the browsers' "Back" button.
It confuses visually impaired visitors, using screen readers.
It confuses users, suddenly opening the iframe content in a new browser window.
Content within the iframe doesn't fit in and looks odd.
Content within the iframe is missing since the source URL changed.
Navigation of the site in the iframe stops working.
Every in a page requires increased memory and other computing resources.
Find better ways to refer your visitors to external content instead of placing it within the iframe tag.