PageCloud works with a wide range of embed codes, also called widgets or integrations. There are three main types of embed codes you will see from different online services.
iFrame embed codes
iFrame embed codes are the most common codes used by online services. They can be identified by their name, or with the first section of code using <iframe> and ending with </iframe>.
To use these on PageCloud, copy and paste the full code directly onto your page. This will create an embedded object that can be repositioned and adjusted.
HTML Snippets or DIVs
HTML snippets are raw code that can be pasted right into your page to become an embedded object. These can typically be identified by the starting lines of code reading <div> and ending with </div>, however other variants may exist.
To use these on PageCloud, copy and paste the full code directly onto your page. This will create an embedded object that can be repositioned and adjusted. Click “Save” & “View Live” to see these codes in action.
Scripts are strings of code that make an action function. They are typically not seen within the editing view. This code can be used for event tracking, such as Google Analytics, or pop up apps such as our Intercom Live Chat.
To use these on PageCloud, copy paste the code directly onto your page. Don’t forget, this will add the script to your page but you won’t be able to see it. You might see a quick pop up at the bottom of the screen saying a script was added. Click “Save” & “View Live” if this code was meant to have a viewable action.
Some services may ask you to add their code within different sections of your site. This could be within the <head> or <body>. You can access the <head> or <body> editors from the Advanced tab within Page Settings, located at the bottom of the left side bar.