Iframely converts URLs in your posts into responsive embed widgets for 1600+ domains and summary cards for others. No API Key is required. Plus publis
Yes, Iframely knows the embed codes for Facebook posts, photos and videos. However, some of the posts can be private and not accesssible to our parsers. For those, we can not convert the URL into embed code. Also, Facebook pages and events don't have native embed codes and so Iframely doesn't support these too.
That's not a purpose of the plugin. Iframely works with original URLs and will detect the frame's
src itself. If you just want to use
<iframe>, switch your editor to HTML format and past iframe code in there.
Well, that's the point of responsive embeds. You don't have to.
Iframely widgets will take 100% available width. If you need to limit it, just define your CSS styles for
Please, note that not all the embeds codes will be responsive. Some of hosting domains can not be converted responsively. In those cases, Iframely will left-align the embeds. You might want to consider padding and alignment styles, if you don't have generic ones for
Iframely works in native WordPress embeds framework. All your new posts should start seeing responsive widgets. The older posts will be re-cached via WordPress logic itself (usually when you edit and save the post), and should granually get the new embeds code too. However, we do not interfere into this default process and do not re-cache older posts upon install.
If there's a specific post you'd like to update, just go to Edit and Save it again. It should re-cache it and trigger Iframely.
Iframely does not change behavior of other shortcode plugins. Everything should work the old way, except for
[embed] shortcode, which will now start producing responsive widgets unless limited in size.
Iframely will work well with multisite installations. Iframely options page is available for super admins only, and the settings will be the same for all blogs on your WPMU setup.
Requires: 3.5.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.1.3
Last Updated: 2015-2-26
Active Installs: 3,000+
3 of 5 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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