Can I embed a Zaption lesson into a website?

Yes! There are several options when it comes to embedding a Zaption lesson into a website. The embed code for each option, iFrame and Modal, can be found in the Share menu of each published lesson.

The two embedding options are:

iFrame Embed - This code will display the lesson in a traditional iFrame. One thing to note is that the sidebar of the Zaption player requires a width of at least 980px. 

JavaScript Modal - This will display a thumbnail of the lesson and the lesson will open in a modal over the page. This is a great option if you have a narrow page that does not allow for the full width of the iFrame. However, your webpage must accept JavaScript code and you will need access to the page footer. 

There is also documentation for adding Zaption lesson to a Google Site or on a WordPress page.

In addition to these options, we have an LTI integration to 'embed' Zaption into an LMS. More information about embedding Zaption lessons can be found in our API.


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