As @Bryan Bojorque mentioned you can do iframes with macros or apps using the Dynamic Content Macro module. However, if you want to make an iframe that is embedded into all pages (e.g. for tracking purposes) you will want to use the Web Panel module instead. This allows you to place iframes into pre-defined locations (e.g. footer, header, etc.). You can find available locations using the Web Fragment Finder for Confluence.
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