Looking for a way to incorporate fyuses into your blog or website? We've got you covered. When viewing any public fyuse on the web, you'll see a share link at the bottom of the player. Clicking this link will pop up a dialog with a block of HTML code. Copy and paste this code into your blog or website and you're ready to start showing off your fyuses.
Locate the fyuse you want to embed. Tap the action icon (●●●) and select "Copy direct link" from the menu. This is the link needed to view your Fyuse on the web.
If you've already shared the fyuse to Twitter or Facebook, you could follow the link from there and skip right to Step 3.
Paste the link into your mobile browser so you can view it. Then manually type the URL into the browser on your desktop computer. When the page loads, you should see your fyuse.
Click on the share arrow at the bottom of the player. A dialog will appear containing your embed code. Check the "Autoplay" box if you'd like your embedded fyuse to rotate automatically.
Paste the code into your blog or website and you're ready to share your fyuse with the world.
Q: What desktop browsers support playback of embedded fyuses?
A: Safari, Chrome, Firefox, IE (9 and above), & Opera.
Q: What mobile browsers support playback of embedded fyuses?
A: Mobile Safari (iOS). Chrome, Firefox, Opera, & Default Browser (Android).
Q: Can I embed fyuses in my WordPress site?
A: Fyuse playback is supported on self-hosted WordPress installs via our plugin. For more information, please see our WordPress Plugin FAQ.
Note: Fyuse is not currently supported for WordPress sites hosted by WordPress.com.
Q: Does fyuse support oEmbed?
A: Yes! More information coming soon...