Embedding HTML

Embedding Content with the Source Tool

If you have an item from an external website with an embed code (video, document, form, etc.) that you would like to Embed on your gabbart page, this article will show you how!

For information on obtaining the embed code for a site or item, you will want to reach out to the provider of the site or item.
Your HTML code should look something like this example, though appearance may differ depending on the site:
<iframe src="https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfuJ2NXlYcvB-jOlSbuyKEsdOwmEmCe3ZVyarP9uBJPN4eGIA/viewform?embedded=true" width="640" height="462" frameborder="0" marginheight="0" marginwidth="0">Loading…</iframe>

Open the page where you'd like the item to be displayed on.
Select the area you want to embed the PDF and then select the "Source" tool button (You will notice that when you select "Source", the other Text tools seem to grey out). 

Paste the Embed code for your document, then hit the "Source" button again.

You should notice a white box labeled "iFrame" like the one below in your text area now. This is your embedded item. The size of the iFrame box will vary based on the embedded item.

Select the "Update Page" button at the bottom of the text area.

Some examples of websites that provide embed codes are Google, Youtube, Facebook, Twitter. If you do not see an option to obtain the embed site code on the provider's webpage itself, you may need to contact the site's support directly.

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