Iframely converts URLs in your posts into responsive embed widgets for over 2000 domains and summary cards for others.
Iframely brings you the responsive embeds and support of over 2000 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 responsive embed codes. Supports all usual suspects such as YouTube, Vimeo, Instagram, Facebook, Giphy, GfyCat, Imgur, Google +, GitHub Gists, Storify, SlideShare, Streamable, Vidme, Reddit, Dailymotion, Spotify, Tableau, Prezi, well, you know, over two thousand of them and keeps growing. Test some URLs here.
Iframely will also generate and host summary cards for general articles. It includes your own site, and Iframely can replace the default embed cards that your publish via WordPress for other sites to use.
Iframely is powered by server API. API Key is required. Get one at iframely.com
The plugin works the same way the standard oEmbed is supported by WordPress: URL on a separate line.
Check out this cool video: http://your.url/here That was a cool video.
Iframely also has its own shortcode
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.
By default, Iframely will inject itself to be the first embeds provider in the list, thus intercepting all URLs. It means that the default providers that are later in the list won't get called and will thus be disabled.
For example, default YouTube, Vimeo, Twitter, other oEmbed plugins that you have (like JetPack), etc.
Although, we should support the same providers and output the same code, just make it responsive, you can still disable such behavior and tell Iframely to only process links that otherwise don't have embed provider.
Just choose this option in your settings. It will essentially put Iframely to be the last in the list, be "a catcher", rather then "an interceptor".
Requires: 3.5.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.6.1
Last Updated: 2 weeks ago
Active Installs: 5,000+
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