Easier Embedding for Your Dot.vu Projects!

Embedding your projects is now hundreds of times easier!

The need for dynamic, Interactive Experiences that captivate your audience is crucial. At the same time, creating such Interactive Content must be easy and straightforward for marketers and other professionals. Recognizing this, we are excited to announce a significant update that transforms the ease with which you can embed your Dot.vu projects on your website or blog.

Now, let’s talk about how you can use this new capability to embed your experiences easier than ever before. Here’s what you need to know:

  1. Setting up a subdomain is no longer a requirement to embed your projects.
  2. How to embed your projects: All you have to do is decide how you want your project to appear on your site, then copy a piece of code (called a “Project Tag”) from Dot.vu and put it into your website’s code.
  3. What’s a tag?: Think of a tag as a small, but mighty, piece of code that you add to your website. It lets you show your Dot.vu interactive projects on your site. You only need to set it up once, using your website’s content system (like WordPress) or something called a Tag Management System (Google Tag Manager is one example).
  4. When to use a project tag: Use a Project Tag when you want to embed a specific Dot.vu project quickly and easily. It’s perfect for beginners or if you’re looking for a simple solution.
  5. Steps to Embed with a project tag:
    • Find the project in your Dot.vu account and choose to edit it.
    • In the editor, select the option to put it on your website.
    • Adjust your embedding preferences.
    • Copy the Project Tag given and add it to your website’s code.
  6. Types of embedding:
    • Inline Embedding: Your project fits neatly within a specific area on your site, blending in with your content.
    • Popup Embedding: Your project appears in a popup window over your website. You can also set triggers to decide when the popup should appear.

By following these steps, you can easily embed your Dot.vu projects!

Read more about embedding your projects with Dot.vu in our comprehensive help article.

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