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It seems like you know a thing or two about html! Great! The thing is, while a little html know-how is necessary in embedding an iframe player into your page’s description, the “new creation” flow of posting a player of a new creation is actually built so that you don’t need to know anything about html. We use Embed.ly to extract the main content elements on the page and recreate a little embedded player on Patreon. The way you would do this is to give the URL to the actual page where the content is hosted, and Embed.ly will do the rest! The reason we use embed.ly is so that it’s easy to embed any content onto Patreon, not just the content who’s host provides an player for off-site embeddings.
For example, I attached a little .gif of myself posting the “Hello – It’s Radio Nowhere” podcast as a new creation from a test account so you can see the process with your own eyes! Note that I use the URL straight from the page, not the URL contained inside the html you would use to embed an iframe. The actual size and shape of the player is a little different than the iframe, but it works nonetheless! A similar logic works for posting soundcloud clips. I’ve never run into a BBC player :/ If you’d like, you could send me a link to an example of something hosted via BBC player that you’d like to embed on the site, and I could find the best solution for getting it on to Patreon!It seems like you know a thing or two about html! Great! The thing is, while a little html know-how is necessary in embedding an iframe player into your page’s description, the “new creation” flow of posting a player of a new creation is actually built so that you don’t need to know anything about html. We use Embed.ly to extract the main content elements on the page and recreate a little embedded player on Patreon. The way you would do this is to give the URL to the actual page where the content is hosted, and Embed.ly will do the rest! The reason we use embed.ly is so that it’s easy to embed any content onto Patreon, not just the content who’s host provides an player for off-site embeddings.
For example, I attached a little .gif of myself posting the “Hello – It’s Radio Nowhere” podcast as a new creation from a test account so you can see the process with your own eyes! Note that I use the URL straight from the page, not the URL contained inside the html you would use to embed an iframe. The actual size and shape of the player is a little different than the iframe, but it works nonetheless! A similar logic works for posting soundcloud clips. I’ve never run into a BBC player :/ If you’d like, you could send me a link to an example of something hosted via BBC player that you’d like to embed on the site, and I could find the best solution for getting it on to Patreon!It seems like you know a thing or two about html! Great! The thing is, while a little html know-how is necessary in embedding an iframe player into your page’s description, the “new creation” flow of posting a player of a new creation is actually built so that you don’t need to know anything about html. We use Embed.ly to extract the main content elements on the page and recreate a little embedded player on Patreon. The way you would do this is to give the URL to the actual page where the content is hosted, and Embed.ly will do the rest! The reason we use embed.ly is so that it’s easy to embed any content onto Patreon, not just the content who’s host provides an player for off-site embeddings.
For example, I attached a little .gif of myself posting the “Hello – It’s Radio Nowhere” podcast as a new creation from a test account so you can see the process with your own eyes! Note that I use the URL straight from the page, not the URL contained inside the html you would use to embed an iframe. The actual size and shape of the player is a little different than the iframe, but it works nonetheless! A similar logic works for posting soundcloud clips. I’ve never run into a BBC player :/ If you’d like, you could send me a link to an example of something hosted via BBC player that you’d like to embed on the site, and I could find the best solution for getting it on to Patreon!It seems like you know a thing or two about html! Great! The thing is, while a little html know-how is necessary in embedding an iframe player into your page’s description, the “new creation” flow of posting a player of a new creation is actually built so that you don’t need to know anything about html. We use Embed.ly to extract the main content elements on the page and recreate a little embedded player on Patreon. The way you would do this is to give the URL to the actual page where the content is hosted, and Embed.ly will do the rest! The reason we use embed.ly is so that it’s easy to embed any content onto Patreon, not just the content who’s host provides an player for off-site embeddings.
For example, I attached a little .gif of myself posting the “Hello – It’s Radio Nowhere” podcast as a new creation from a test account so you can see the process with your own eyes! Note that I use the URL straight from the page, not the URL contained inside the html you would use to embed an iframe. The actual size and shape of the player is a little different than the iframe, but it works nonetheless! A similar logic works for posting soundcloud clips. I’ve never run into a BBC player :/ If you’d like, you could send me a link to an example of something hosted via BBC player that you’d like to embed on the site, and I could find the best solution for getting it on to Patreon!It seems like you know a thing or two about html! Great! The thing is, while a little html know-how is necessary in embedding an iframe player into your page’s description, the “new creation” flow of posting a player of a new creation is actually built so that you don’t need to know anything about html. We use Embed.ly to extract the main content elements on the page and recreate a little embedded player on Patreon. The way you would do this is to give the URL to the actual page where the content is hosted, and Embed.ly will do the rest! The reason we use embed.ly is so that it’s easy to embed any content onto Patreon, not just the content who’s host provides an player for off-site embeddings.
For example, I attached a little .gif of myself posting the “Hello – It’s Radio Nowhere” podcast as a new creation from a test account so you can see the process with your own eyes! Note that I use the URL straight from the page, not the URL contained inside the html you would use to embed an iframe. The actual size and shape of the player is a little different than the iframe, but it works nonetheless! A similar logic works for posting soundcloud clips. I’ve never run into a BBC player :/ If you’d like, you could send me a link to an example of something hosted via BBC player that you’d like to embed on the site, and I could find the best solution for getting it on to Patreon!It seems like you know a thing or two about html! Great! The thing is, while a little html know-how is necessary in embedding an iframe player into your page’s description, the “new creation” flow of posting a player of a new creation is actually built so that you don’t need to know anything about html. We use Embed.ly to extract the main content elements on the page and recreate a little embedded player on Patreon. The way you would do this is to give the URL to the actual page where the content is hosted, and Embed.ly will do the rest! The reason we use embed.ly is so that it’s easy to embed any content onto Patreon, not just the content who’s host provides an player for off-site embeddings.
For example, I attached a little .gif of myself posting the “Hello – It’s Radio Nowhere” podcast as a new creation from a test account so you can see the process with your own eyes! Note that I use the URL straight from the page, not the URL contained inside the html you would use to embed an iframe. The actual size and shape of the player is a little different than the iframe, but it works nonetheless! A similar logic works for posting soundcloud clips. I’ve never run into a BBC player :/ If you’d like, you could send me a link to an example of something hosted via BBC player that you’d like to embed on the site, and I could find the best solution for getting it on to Patreon!
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