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About The Wizzley Widget On Wordpress

 
marciag
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on 10/20/2011

I've been trying for a while to add the Wizzley iframe widget to a Wordpress blog post of mine without success, until I found some plugins that did the trick. If the widget is to be featured within the actual post that promotes Wizzley, the iframe tag gets stripped right away.

Btw this applies only to Wordpress posts. You can add the iframe widget code to Wordpress sidebar, as well as to Blogger posts without a problem.

Anyway, just thought to mention that I created a Wizzley post with a step by step tutorial for anyone who is struggling with this like I was. The step is detailed enough that anyone who has never done anything similar should be able to follow it. (Wordpress pros will know this already) Hopefully somebody might find it useful.


dustytoes
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on 10/20/2011

I just read your page and it's very well done and will help me to figure this out.  I am absolutely no good at all when it comes to this type of thing but your tutorial is explained well with pictures too!  I will be trying it, but what if I want a Wizzley in the sidebar at WP... I think I've tried that and it did not work.


marciag
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on 10/20/2011

This tutorial is mainly for adding the Wizzley widget within the post. Actually to add it on the sidebar is much easier. Try it, just copy the actual widget code, go to the Widgets in your Wordpress Dashboard, add a new text widget and paste it in there. You might need to fix the actual size as the widget might be wider, but otherwise it should work. Let me know if it doesn't and i'll make a tutorial on it as well.


dustytoes
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on 10/21/2011

Thank you for that info.  I will try it.Laughing


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