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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.
I had a friend to use MailChimp. She said it was easy to use and free.
The Google Docs UI has changed again. If you want to embed a Google Docs video on any website (not just a Google sites err… site), now you need to click 'File' then choose 'embed'. BUT be aware that only those with permissions to see the video will be able to play it. ie if you've set it to private then most people won't be able to play it.
Gmail will send out HTML-formatted e-mail with a text/plain alternative included for older clients (or people with plain text preference) that know how to handle that sort of thing. Making a highly-customized HTML e-mail in Gmail is harder, but you can enable "Inserting images" on the Gmail Labs page to get a little closer to your goal.
Some good reading: http://www.reachcustomersonline.com/2009/01/23/09.27.00/ Remember that a lot of email clients strip CSS, add funny declarations, implement user styles, and break everything in general. Your best bet is to style it like a normal web page, and add a large "Having trouble viewing this email? View it online" where View it online is a link to ...
This is the best solution we have come up with so far... I'm really hoping someone out there has a better idea. We're going to build a frame breaker page that will do a small bit of html/js that will detect if it's in a frame, if so it will reload itself in the top frame, otherwise it will reload the url we pass to it as an argument. Then we'll recode all ...
While on your Google site, go to the Insert menu and select Video > Google Docs Video.From there, choose from the videos that are in your documents list and click Select to insert the video into your Google site.
Apologies - I missed the Docs part. It appears that this is not supported at present - there has been a lot of requests for it in the forums so I have no doubt that it will get implemented. The only thing I can think of as a workaround would be to share the video and provide the link on you site or use an iframe on your site that points to the shared link. ...
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