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iFrame Code Overview

When embedding episodes into your personal website or blog, we suggest that you use one of our standard embed codes, but sometimes those codes will not be compatible with your website builder. Don't worry, we can help you out!

Check out our articles for some popular website builders and make sure you are following those processes:
If you're still running into issues embedding the players then you may need to try using the iFrame code for the players. 

What is an iFrame Code?

The iFrame code which is also known as an Inline Frame will embed HTML into your website page or post without the need for additional JavaScript. The code is typically used as a last resort if nothing else seems to work on your website. 

To access the iframe code, just click the "Get iframe code (advanced)" option. 
Click the "Get iframe code (advanced)" option to access iframe code.
Click the "Get iframe code (advanced)" option to access iframe code.
Note: This is only available for single episodes and the large player.

Once you've copied the code, you can paste it into your website as HTML. Keep in mind, that the iframe code height is not dynamic and could cause visual issues if the player style is changed in the future.

We know this can get a bit technical and confusing, so if you have any questions along the way, email our support team (support@buzzsprout.com) and we can help!