The iFrame embed is one option for adding a Zaption lesson to a website. The Zaption player will display on the site and requires 980 x 540 to display correctly in web tools, blogs, content management systems, and learning management systems. An example of an iFrame embed can be found on the Google Site. More information about adding iFrame lessons to a Google Site can be found here.
The set up process is easy! The embed code can be found in the Share modal of a published lesson. Simply copy and paste it into the source code of your webpage.
All of the Analytics collected through the lesson can still be accessed in the Author’s Zaption account.
By default, lessons only require a viewer to enter their name before viewing. Pro users are able to require viewers to login before viewing the lesson. Examples of different permission levels can be found below:
Viewer Name Required: Viewer is prompted to enter only their name. This is the default for all Zaption lessons.
Login Required: Viewer must login, or create an account (name, email, password). This is a Zaption Pro feature.
Completely Open: No viewer information is needed. This is reserved for large site license clients and requires special arrangements with our developers. Scroll down to the thumbnail with the Zaption logo.