Iframely converts URLs in your posts into responsive embed widgets for 1500+ domains.
Iframely brings you the responsive embeds and support of over 1500 domains. It means the embeds will resize, if possible, if you are on responsive theme.
Iframely will detect URLs in your posts and replace it with embed codes for over 1500 domains. Supports all usual suspects such as YouTube, Vimeo, Instagram, GitHub Gists, Google +, Facebook Posts, Storify, SlideShare, well, you know, over 1.5 thousand of them and keeps growing.
How to use:
The plugin works the same way the standard oEmbed is supported by WordPress: URL on a separate line.
Check out this cool video: http://iframe.ly/fquGGl That was a cool video.
Iframely also has its own shortcode
Note of caution:
Some people expect Iframely to wrap URLs with
<iframe src=...> code. That's not what Iframely is for. The plugin converts original URLs into native embed codes itself.
Options of use:
Depending on your settings, Iframely can be configured in one of the following three ways:
[iframely]shortcode (this will disable default WordPress oEmbeds on a separate line such as YouTube, Twitter)
[iframely]shortcode only, leaving the default WordPress "URL on a separate line" processors in place.
To enable non-
iframe.ly/* web links parsers, you need to get & configure your API Key. Get a free key at http://iframe.ly. If API Key isn't configured, the plugin will only process links of iframe.ly domain (so you'll need to manually shorten your media URLs first).
The source code of the plugin is published on GitHub, if you'd like to tweak it yourself.
Requires: 3.5.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.1
Last Updated: 2014-6-10
2 of 2 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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