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Putting my instructable on my site? Answered

I want to be able to put my instructable on my website. It would be nice if I could have all the fancy image notes too. As my instructable really is missing a lot with out them. If have tried a whole bunch of ways. Anyone have any ideas?

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whatsisface
whatsisface

13 years ago

I'd just whack it in an iframe within your current page, no need for mirroring, all features.

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killerjackalope
killerjackalope

13 years ago

If you could figure out the part of the page you want in the code you might be able to mirror the instructable in a frame, at the minute I just have links to all my instructables on my site.

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joejoerowley
joejoerowley

13 years ago

It would be cool to have an "embed this instructable" link just like with youtube videos.

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schorhr
schorhr

Reply 13 years ago

Indeed, thats a neat idea. It could even have some sort of banner ad to compensate traffic cost and link to Instructables of course :)

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schorhr
schorhr

13 years ago

You could use a site grabber and tediously remove all parts of this site, or manualy copy the HTML-source, then go the tedious way and change all the url/image adresses.

Maybee it would be the easiest to either use a image map programm or a Websiteeditor capable of creating image maps (if you use dreamweaver or something like that), or just make pictures with numbers and write the number index below the images.

GOOGLE: image map css infromation

If you are capable of HTML, CSS and such, check out

http://www.frankmanno.com/ideas/css-imagemap/

or other google results.