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Gimme some embed love
It’s still necessary to embed code for too many reasons to name. Everything from Google Maps and Eventbrite ticket widgets – embed code is a must have for some clients and a few voiced that they don’t want to bother me with adding it for them. Most likely they don’t want to wait and if they are editing something at a time I’m not around to add it – well it doesn’t get added until it’s added…
The Solution and a Happy Face
Access your Widgets dashboard
After you login to your website, on the left menu under Appearance click Widgets.
Input your embed code and save
- Input a title if you want a title – putting a title adds a heading and this will display on the website. If you don’t want the title to display on the website leave it blank. This will allow you to input your code and only the code will render on the website.
- Settings do not apply to most users – In most cases you do not need to change anything here or be bothered with it at all.
- Edit limitation? – Likewise, in most cases you do not need to change anything.
- Keep it simple – While there are some nifty features at your fingertips, it’s very simple to add your embed code in three steps.
1. Paste your code.
3. Copy shortcode.
Paste your shortcode into any page or post – that’s it!
That should do the trick. Now you don’t have to bother me anymore 🙂
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Resources and references I found useful and THANKS