DLC2-flyer      (click to download PDF)

How To Embed Scribd.com Documents Into WordPress

Okay, So What Sites Can I Embed From? 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQYA9gvlIFk

 

You can use all of these:

Service Embed Type Since
Animoto Videos WordPress 4.0
Blip Videos WordPress 2.9
CollegeHumor Videos WordPress 4.0
DailyMotion Videos WordPress 2.9
EmbedArticles Various WordPress 3.9
Flickr Videos & Images WordPress 2.9
FunnyOrDie.com Videos WordPress 3.0
Hulu Videos WordPress 2.9
Imgur Images WordPress 3.9
Instagram Images WordPress 3.5
iSnare Articles WordPress 2.9
Issuu Documents WordPress 4.0
Kickstarter Projects WordPress 4.2
Meetup.com Various WordPress 3.9
Mixcloud Music WordPress 4.0
Photobucket Images WordPress 2.9
PollDaddy Polls & Surveys WordPress 3.0
Rdio Music WordPress 3.6
Revision3 TV shows WordPress 2.9
Scribd Documents WordPress 2.9
SlideShare Presentation slideshows WordPress 3.5
SmugMug Various WordPress 3.0  
SoundCloud Music WordPress 3.5
Spotify Music WordPress 3.6
TED Videos WordPress 4.0
Tumblr Various WordPress 4.2
Twitter Social media WordPress 3.4
Vimeo Videos WordPress 2.9
Vine Videos WordPress 4.1
WordPress.tv Videos WordPress 2.9
YouTube Videos WordPress 2.9

Notes

  • Twitter – older versions of WordPress have issues with https embeds, just remove the s from the https to fix.
  • YouTube – only public and “unlisted” videos and playlists – “private” videos will not embed.
  • Tumblr – only posts (name.tumblr.com/post/etc) are recognized, not standalone images (name.tumblr.com/image)

 

http://www.dlc-ubc.ca/dlc3/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/DLC2-flyer1.pdf

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