In a webpage, there might be multiple frames created via the `iframe` element. Each of these frames represents a window object.
Sometimes, however, we want to know the main or basically the outer most window object on the page. This is where we can use the `top` property.
The `top` property will return the outermost window object in a webpage, which is the browser window itself.
Note: this property is read-only.
Window top Property Syntax:
This is not the outermost window!