First, please make sure you have your publication uploaded online. For detailed instructions on uploading please check this article.
To embed the publication in your website correctly, you will need to open the “Share” window and copy the publication’s embed code.
To access the “Share” window, please open your publication in a web-browser, right-click on it and select the “Open Share Window” option. You can also click on the “Share” button in the bottom menu of the publication as shown on the screen:
The “Share” window looks like this:
If you host your publication on FlippingBook Cloud, the window will open automatically when you have finished uploading your publication to the cloud.
If you host the publication on your FTP server or use FlippingBook Cloud but have closed the initial “Share” window, you can still easily access the code.
Once you have opened the window, please select the “Insert to site” tab to see the embedding options:
In the “Embedding type” drop-down menu you can select one of three options:
1. Full publication: A full publication is available directly on the page. Readers can turn pages, read the content and enjoy all the features without any redirects.
2. Animated spread: An open book with a flipping corner is presented on the web-page. By clicking on it, the reader is redirected to the full-functioning publication. Please note that this option is not available if you view the publication from the program interface. To select it, please open the publication in the browser first and open the “Share” window (as described above).
3. Linkable page: You can display one or more book covers on your web-page. By clicking on them, readers will be redirected to the corresponding publications. This is a good option if you need to create a list of publications on a single web-page or if there are particular space limits on the page.
For all options you can manually set the publication to start on any page.
To do this, please flip to the required page when you open your publication. Then open the “Share” window and select your preferred embedding option. If you check the “Insert current page” option (as shown in the screenshot below) the code will save the custom page information.