Embed

Learn how to embed Flash videos, music, photographs, charts, calendars and everything else into your website.

Expand the YouTube Video Player to its Maximum Size

The default full screen button in the YouTube video player expands the video such that it covers your entire desktop area and all existing windows on the screen stay hidden as long as you are watching the video is this "maximized" state.

Embed YouTube Videos in both Flash and HTML5

Learn how you can easily embed a YouTube video in your site using both HTML5 and Flash video. The video player will automatically switch depending upon the OS and browser of the visitor.

Embed Web Videos in PowerPoint Presentations

You can directly insert web video into your PowerPoint presentations just the way you embed video in web pages. The video could be on YouTube, Flickr, MySpace, Facebook or any of the other video sharing sites.

Post your Recent Facebook Photos on your Blog

With the new Facebook photo badge, you can embed your most recently uploaded Facebook photos on external sites like blogs, social networks or even your email signature.

How to Open Embedded Google Maps in Full View

You may have come across Google Maps that are embedded in web pages like the one down here. This is not a static image but a live interactive map so you can zoom, pan, switch modes from satellite to terrain and so on.

How to Embed Almost Anything in your Website

Learn how to embed videos, mp3 music, Flash videos (both swf and flv), pictures, fonts, spreadsheets, charts, maps and everything else into your blog or website.

Get a Log of your Online Activity as an Image with FriendFeed

FriendFeed feed widget that lets you export an image log of your online activity/ This is helpful if you like to include your lifestream in an email message or need to embed it in a site that doesn't support JavaScript (e.g. MySpace & WordPress.com).

Add Live Web Pages to your PowerPoint Presentations

Learn how to insert websites into your PowerPoint slides. The web pages will load live at the time of running your slideshow and are completely interactive as if you are running the slideshow in a web browser.