Do you want to embed a page, booking page or YouTube video? That's now possible with our Buttonizer iframe widget 🚀
In this article we'll explain how to use it.
⚠️ Important note
Some sites do not allow other sites to embed a page, for example, you cannot load google.com in an iframe. YouTube does allow this, that's why you can embed video's in to your website.
Embedding an iframe
We've tried to make it as easy and straightforward as possible. Most tools and platforms give you a HTML element that starts with
<iframe so you can embed a page.
Just copy the script and paste it in the URL field. We'll try to get the necessary data out and use it.
Does the platform only provide an URL? That's fine too! Just paste it and the page will be loaded in the floating iframe.
Customizing the widget
Our Iframe Widget comes with a bundle of options to fit the content the best on your site.
Showing a loading screen
Iframes are actually websites that are loading into your site, this means that for some users it can take a little while before the content is loaded. To make sure no 'empty' white frames are shown, we've added a loading spinner until the frame is loaded to give the user an indication something is loading. You can disable this if you don't like it and want it to load the traditional way.
Embedding a YouTube video
YouTube videos are fully supported. If you paste a link from YouTube, we'll do our best to transform it into an YouTube embed link.
You can also go to the YouTube video, click the
Share button, click the
<> Embed button and copy the code on the right.
Embedding a Vimeo video
To embed a Vimeo video, click the
Share button and copy the
Embed text. You can also click
+Show options and toggle the
Special stuff, here you can enable options like
Embedding Spotify songs
Need a happy song for your site? Spotify songs and playlists are easely embeddable into your website with our floating iframe widget.
Are you experiencing issues with embedding content? Reach out to Buttonizer Support and we'll take a look for you 🙂