Maglr offers extensive possibilities to embed a project within an external website. The method of embedding a project within a website depends entirely on the type of publication. You can embed the entire publication (where you need navigation controls), or choose a single formatted page that fits seamlessly into the layout of your website.
NOTE! In order to be able to embed your project, you first need to activate and publish it live. Click here to see how you can do this.
Single page embed
A single page that you want to embed in specific dimensions within your website. For example, you can place the page as a fixed element between the texts of a blog. Another option is to embed it as a fullscreen page between the header & footer of your website. This version of an embed will place a Maglr page with no surrounding navigation environment.
Multi-page embed (publication)
Embed the entire publication with all of its pages. This includes the publication's surrounding navigation environment, which is needed to navigate through the multiple pages of the publication.
The overlay embed places a visual banner on the page that opens the embed fullscreen on top of the webpage after a click. This option offers visitors to view a page or publication fullscreen without having to leave the original visited website. After closing the overlay, the visitor returns to the place on the webpage where the banner was clicked. The banner can be visually adjusted through the settings on the platform.
Page inject embed (micro content)
When SEO is an important factor, or if the page you have formatted contains extensive scroll animations, we offer an embed option without iFrames. This option injects your page directly into the structure of the main website, which results in better performance for scroll animations. And because the embed becomes part of the main website, Google will index the Maglr page as part of the website it is placed within.