Medium also supports github gists which include syntax highlighting.
A lot of folks have asked for GitHub gist support. Now we have it. Simply paste your gist URL into your Medium story and hit return.
You can still also highlight text and hit command-6 for code snippets. Ctrl-6 on Windows.
From today (2016-05-20) on, Google is starting to roll out the ability to embed a chart from a Google spreadsheet into a Google document. At this point, two of my 3 Google accounts make the option available in the Insert menu, with a new Insert→Chart submenu below the Insert→Drawing… item.
When you insert such charts, they remain linked to the original ...
Further to the other answers: within the Description, you can also embed images that have been added as attachments to the card. (Note: this will only work in the description, and not in comments.)
Right-click on the attachment image and select "Copy Link Address"
In the Description, enter the following:
!(link address goes here)
Sure you can. Check these links out:
Consider this as an example card:
You can link to a card as a photo using the following:
<img src="https://trello.com/c/NIRpzVDM.png" />
You could embed an iframe as follows:
Google Drive folders can be embedded and displayed in list and grid views:
<iframe src="https://drive.google.com/embeddedfolderview?id=FOLDER-ID#list" style="width:100%; height:600px; border:0;"></iframe>
<iframe src="https://drive.google.com/embeddedfolderview?id=FOLDER-ID#grid" style="width:100%; height:600px; ...
That’s not an embedded article, it’a custom domain for Medium. See here for more details.
You need to create a Medium Publication in order to be able to publish with Medium on your own domain.
As per Medium Help, the embedding feature is no longer supported.
Can I embed Medium on other sites?
Medium embeds on other sites are no longer supported.
I think the below code is exactly what you want. I did this by combining https://developers.google.com/youtube/iframe_api_reference and Iframe API.
Just replace the video iD, and test it on your local pc.
<script async src="https://www.youtube.com/iframe_api"></script>
Yes, you can. Copy the contents of a sheet and paste it in your doc, in the right corner it will ask if you'd like to link to the spreadsheet. If you do, after you edit the spreadsheet, you can click the update icon in your docs to incorporate the changes to your doc.
I ran into this issue as well and have been trying to figure out a solution for the last few days. There were a couple of articles I found which had old ways to do it but these didn't work anymore.
I ended up figuring out how to do this using the api from rsstojson.com and then using the generated JSON. You could do this for a single post or for all of your ...
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 size of ...
It's not as straightforward as one would like, but you can do it this way:
Find the photo in Google Photos you want to include
Open the "Share" menu and click "Get link"
Either click the link that is created or click "Copy" and paste that address into a new browser window
That'll bring you to a new shared album with just that photo in it; you need to get ...
Facebook has been getting serious with their video efforts in the past couple months, launching some critical features for video creators, as well as getting exclusive contracts with big media event organizers.
In the past, Facebook already changed the way YouTube embeds are displayed from a large to a small view, which prompted third party websites to pop ...
Facebook changed its behavior, and it's no longer possible - all links, including videos, will be opened externally, to mirror the mobile experience.
From a Bug Info found on facebook for developers:
Reply from Spencer Hitchcock | Facebook Team
It looks like this behavior is actually by design.
In our efforts to make News Feed an even ...
An alternative is to use Google Sites, or any other content editor that allow embedding iframes content.
To embed Google spreadsheets in a page of Google Sites
Create a new site or go to an existing site.
Create a new page or click on Edit on an existing page.
Click on Insert > Drive > Spreadsheet
Select the spreadsheet
Set the options
Click on Save
You can use MutationObserver to watch for DOM events and continuously look at Cognito.config.isReady to be TRUE. This will indicate that all DOM elements ("childList" types) of the Cognito form have been loaded - although some Cognito scripts may still subsequently modify some of the DOM elements' attributes ("attribute" types).
// select the target ...
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.)
At the bottom of the page, click the button “Save changes.”
Now you are set up to insert images ...
The problem you are seeing is from the &playlist= tag. What it looks like (to me) is that you were having problems getting 'loop' and 'autoplay' to work together, so you added the 'playlist' tag.
What's happening here is that the API is being tricked into playing the same video over and over by making it think that it's in an infinite playlist of the ...
I found the help article here:
type ``` or ` (triple or single backtick) in new line will trigger code block or inline code accordingly. (the keyboard shortcut mentioned by others works too)
For syntax highlighting, it suggests Github Gists, Codepen.io, or JSfiddle
YouTube is changing the player from time to time, and they indeed removed the ability to like a video both in embeds and in full screen. There is no toggle or option or anything to bring it back, at least not via YouTube-native features.
I don't know the reasoning behind it, though if I had to guess it's because nobody used this feature, unlike the watch ...
UPDATE: This used to work with the old version of Google Forms but it's not available anymore.
The skeleton of pretty basic instructions will look like the following:
Get the code
Go to http://forms.google.com and create or open a form
Go to preview
Right click and select view source
Copy the source code
Paste the source code to a blank ...
To make the documents available through your Google Site so that they open in full-page view, insert in a list of links to those documents, like this:
Click Insert > Text box.
Click the Numbered list icon.
Click the Insert link icon.
Enter the name of a document in the Text box.
Paste the address of the document in the Link box.
Repeat steps ...
As of last night, you should be able to pre-fill data using the same methodology outlined in the post that you referenced above. The system has been updated so that large payloads on initialization result in a POST to load the form, rather than a GET.
Disclaimer: I'm an engineer on the Cognito Forms team..