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AFAIK, you can only copy and paste from the spreadsheet to the text document. The spreadsheet is inserted as a table, but they are not linked: if you change something in the Spreadsheet, it will not get reflected in the text document. Of course, I'd absolutely love to be proved wrong!
You can enable this in labs: http://gmailblog.blogspot.com/2009/04/new-in-labs-inserting-images.html Turn on "Inserting images" from the Labs tab under Settings Hope this helps.
I think you misinterpret what the user interface is saying. There are two options in the video interface. Embed a video Upload a video You want option 1. If you want to add some text you can use the caption. Another way to do this will be a regular "Add a Text" Post From there you can use html and YouTube embed option (using the share link at the ...
There are several procedure to insert images in GMail Message Body. Some of these I listed below: You can use the "Inserting images" Lab feature to add images in your message body (mentioned by Whitingx) Read this useful post by lifehacker: How to insert images and other HTML into GmailFor those of you who have tried inserting an image or table in Gmail, ...
You have to enable that option in Labs. Gear icon > Settings > Labs > Insert Image (enable)
Information here; Embedding a spreadsheet To embed a spreadsheet or parts of a spreadsheet in a website or a blog, you'll need to publish it first. Here's how: Open the Share menu in the upper-right corner of the page, and select Publish as a web page. In the window that appears, select which parts of the spreadsheet you'd like to publish, and ...
Google Drive folders can be embedded and displayed in list and grid views: List view <iframe src="https://drive.google.com/embeddedfolderview?id=FOLDER-ID#list" width="800" height="600" frameborder="0"></iframe> Grid view <iframe src="https://drive.google.com/embeddedfolderview?id=FOLDER-ID#grid" width="800" height="600" ...
Card comments use embed.ly to display content inline, so a link to a Twitter status or YouTube video will embed the status or video. Here is a full list of providers: http://embed.ly/providers. Trello only display services that offer SSL, though. And it won't work for any image URL, just those in the list of providers. If you upload images as attachments, it ...
Other than using an iframe, Trello has a REST public API that you can tap into for your site. You can theme it to match your site and have more control than simply a window into another site. You can find more information on programmableweb here: http://www.programmableweb.com/api/trello
Google Drive does not provide HTML embed codes directly, and they actively block the ability to put a public folder listing in an <iframe> on your website (using X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN). I have been unable to find a third-party service that provides embedding functionality. Your answer at this time appears to be No.
I don't think you can do this in the comments, but you can do this in the Description using the Markdown style: ![Alt text](http://url/image.png "Optional title") For more info on the markdown syntax, check out: http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/syntax#img
To update things for the new (as of April 2013) Gmail interface: You have a few options: Drag the image from Finder/Explorer and drop it directly into your message. Mouse over the + sign at the bottom of the message, which brings up an "Insert" menu with a few options for photo sources. Select the camera icon, then browse to find the file on your ...
Given the following URL: www.google.com/calendar/hosted/example.com/embed?height=600&wkst=1&bgcolor=%23FFFFFF&src=example.com_ecafa7el7kc4du1ervkdff4x6a%40group.calendar.google.com&color=%23AB8B00&ctz=Pacific%2FApia You want to place the bold part in one of these templates: XML: ...
Don't know if this is the one you're referring to, but we have been looking into UserVoice, which can outsource feature requests, "Feedback", and "Helpdesk" for your site. I like the fact that it resembles Stack Exchange. :)
Yes, there is. Add the optional parameter language to the request URL: https://www.google.com/maps/embed/v1/MODE?key=API_KEY&language=en See the API reference for further information.
You can add a code block by using Ctrl + Alt + 6 (or ⌘ + Alt + 6 on Mac) Source: https://medium.com/help-center/writing-128f049a7ad#b41a
If you are using the new Gmail compose interface, there is an arrow button at the right bottom corner. Click it to select to switch to the old fashion. Edit your HTML in a text editor and preview it by any browser like Chrome/Firefox. In browser, Ctrl+A to select all, then switch to your Gmail. Paste it to your email body. The images should be shown as ...
Go to your Gmail page In the top right side of the Gmail page, click on "Settings" In the Settings box that opens, click on “Labs.” Scroll down the list of options until you come to “Inserting images.” (It was a long way down on my system.) Click “Enable.” At the bottom of the page, click the button “Save changes.” Now you are set up to insert images ...
Here is how you can do it: Upload your PDF file. Then click your file in document list. A preview will be opened. You will see a blue button named Open (right-bottom side) Click that button. You will be transferred docs.google.com Here you will see the top-menu like File, Edit... Choose File → Embed file. Then you can get an embed code. Also, don't ...
I think you will find that the answer lies in the use of Google API service. I have been looking at the same thing and so far this is the answer. https://developers.google.com/discovery/libraries You need to add the client library to your website and reference it in your webpages. You also need to add a security key to Google so that the system can ...
If you are using the Facebook Embedded Posts Plugin released at the beginning of August (2013), you cannot currently change the appearance or width of the post. According to the documentation (linked to above): Can I customize how the post is displayed on my web page? Currently, you cannot customize how Embedded Posts are displayed on your page. The ...
A published Google spreadsheet is an iframe. At this time, Medium does not allow iframes (source). I think the best you can do to include a table is to Convert it into text (here's a handy tool for that). Post this text as a code block: see How to embed code snippets in Medium? Naturally, this copy-pasting will create a static snapshot of your ...
It depends on the Mail client of your receiver. If it does not support Rich Text and HTML, in the sense, does not offer a complete/true email experience, then images are shown as attachments. Most smartphones sometimes do show images as attachments. AFAIK, you don't have anything to do with this (or can do anything about it).
It turns out that Google Drive does have streaming capabilities. And it doesn't change the URL for anything you move, so it's the perfect solution (aside from not having unlimited storage, but my use case doesn't require that, so I'm good). So my blog post jus consist of the following HTML: Whatever I want to write here...<br /> <br /> <hr ...
There is no purpose to using the feature parameter in a YouTube embed link nor do I think you should be using that when embedding. When embedding a video YouTube actually has a different URL they use in the src field. For example with the video link you are using your src field would use this url: http://www.youtube.com/embed/275VsDVauN8 When on the ...
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