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You can embed your prezis on to your blog or website. Embedded prezis work just like a normal prezi only smaller. Check out our video tutorial to learn more.
Embedding a prezi
Embedding a prezi is done with a simple piece of HTML code. To generate this code and set your preferences for an embedded prezi.
To embed a prezi
- Go to your prezi dashboard.
- Hover over the prezi you want to embed.
- Click View prezi to go to its view page.
- Click Embed in the button underneath the prezi.
- In the pop-up, click Copy code to clipboard.
- Here you can change the width or height of the prezi using their respective boxes. You can also chose to allow viewers to pan and zoom freely or to constrain them to simple back and forward steps using the two check boxes.
Please note that if you embed a private prezi on a public site, it won't be viewable unless the person visiting the site is logged into their Prezi Classic account.
Viewing an embedded prezi
You can move through the prezi path using the previous and next arrows at the bottom of the embedded prezi or using the LEFT and RIGHT arrow keys on your keyboard. It is also possible to pan and zoom through embedded prezis.
Viewing an embedded prezi using a mobile
It is possible to view an embedded prezi using a mobile device. Simply click on the prezi, and it will automatically open and be navigable.
For more information on embedding your prezi into certain third party websites (including social media providers and blogging services), check out this page from our online community of Prezi Classic users.
Note: This forum includes advice from other Prezi Classic users who are not employees of Prezi Classic. Some of the advice they offer may not be officially endorsed by Prezi.