Much of the content you create using any of the Pineaptitude tools can be embedded in a website.
- When you embed in your site, you can make the content appear to be part of your own site — without requiring visitors to check another site.
- In general, you should be able to embed content in any site that allows embedding using what are called “iframes.”
- Further, this includes most sites where you can edit HTML.
- When you post a direct link to content using one of our share links, the content will not be embedded in your site, however.
- Pineaptitude offers embed URLs and embed code.
- Embed URLs are a single URL — just like any webpage — that are designed for website creation tools that only require an URL to embed a widget or other block of content.
- If, however, you are using a system that doesn’t support this feature, the embed code will be the way to go.
Platform specific instructions
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- WordPress: You can either use an iframe plugin or copy and paste the embed code into “Code” view in the Classic editor. If you’re using Gutenberg, you can use the HTML block.
- Schoolwires: See this guide on how to add an embed.
- Google Sites: We have a separate set of details about embedding your content in Google Sites.
- Other platforms: Try searching the documentation for instructions about using “embeds,” “widgets” or “iframes.” You can also typically use an HTML block if this is available in your system.