You can use iframely, a suggested external free tool, to check whether the websites/links you would like to add to Brella are embeddable.
Nowadays, creating an event requires more tech skills when such are in a virtual environment. One of the most commonly used to integrate materials and other links into the Brella platform is iFrame technology.
🤔 What is an iFrame? An iFrame is an element of a website HTML structure that allows embeddable content to be showed alongside other website content.
You can embed webpages and other links in the iFrames on:
To embed a website, you will only need the page URL, but please note that many websites have embed restrictions.
❗Note: First, check with the owner company/person of the site/page that such allows embedding, meaning that their site/page can be placed on other webs and platforms. Some have disabled this option as they want to avoid having their content in unwanted places.
👉One way of checking this yourself is by going to iframely. This tool can convert a URL/links into an embeddable format, if possible.
Different files and materials (videos, presentations, slides decks, images, websites) for the Sponsors booths, Schedule, or sidebar integrations shared through a Cloud service provider sometimes do not follow the embeddable requirement.
Follow these steps to check if you can convert those URL/links into an embedded link:
If you receive any of the options below, you can pull an embeddable URL that could be added to your event's Admin Panel in Brella.
👉Option 1 - File link from a Cloud service (GDrive, OneDrive, iCloud)
👉 Option 2 - Websites
Step-by-step short clip
Last updated in February 2021.
Written by Wendy Rendón
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