It works by creating a standard API endpoint that returns a HTML embed code or image or video source. It allows you to create an embed with custom styling that is not affected by the context of the contained website (kind of like an iframe). Before you begin: Before you start using the Maps Embed API, you need a project with a billing account and the Maps Embed API enabled. An IFrame (Inline Frame) is an HTML document embedded inside another HTML document on a website. Here’s how: Create or open an existing design. This can be seen if you look at the HTML source of the embed request for a design - you will find the following somewhere in the header: Setting up Cloudflare caching is fairly straightforward and can be done by simply setting the HTTP caching headers returned from your backend. Support for oEmbeds has increased recently, to the point where Apple’s new Keynote embed feature only works via oEmbeds. Capture (select and copy) the embed code for any You Tube video, or use the code below. * HTML5 Canvas. The Embed Code has been copied to your Clipboard. A colleague didn’t like the phrasing and reworked it. Question asked by Christian Wahl on Aug 24, 2015 Latest reply on Aug 25, 2015 by Sirui Wang Branched to a new discussion. With Canva’s Embed app, you can easily add and embed media to your design and ensure they will play without redirecting to another window. To locate the embed code, locate the video element that displays the HTML code for the video. Although there are lots of subtleties to creating a good embed, getting started is easy and straightforward: to create your own embed you need to offer users some code that they can include on their own website. Tip: Use CSS to style the