On the other hand, embedding with iframe HTML is easier and quicker. Hence, single card courses can be embedded with iframe HTML, too.
In this article, we will talk about both scenarios. The process may change for various website builders, but the logic behind it is more or less the same. We will demonstrate an example by using Wix.
Copy these tags separately and paste them to relevant places. Then, you need to define on which page these codes will be active. You can give a name to this embed if you want. Click "Apply"
After you add both Head and Body codes, you can preview your page on Wix. However, some embeds do not appear in preview mode, but they become visible when you publish your page:
"Embed HTML" option gives you an embed box, which you can expand and position according to your needs.
Copy this code and paste it into the provided space on Wix.
After you update the embed box, you can preview your page.
Please observe that; in JS embeds, the mini-course is placed in a space with enough height to view the cards as whole. However in HTML embeds, the user may need to scroll down to view all elements in a card.
Moreover, when many cards exist, JS embeds operate better while the user is skipping to the next card. Because while the HTML embeds stay scrolled down in the new card, the JS embed shows the beginning of a card first. That's why, especially for multi-card mini-courses, we recommend JS embed.
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