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Imgur Embeds Now Credit Original Poster, Offer More Detail

Imgur is debuting richer embeds today, one that the image-sharing service says “gives you full attribution and copyright control over your content when it’s shared outside of Imgur.” When you embed content from Imgur, it’ll now come with more detail. This includes the image caption, view count, comments, a nice little Imgur logo, and, most importantly, attribution to the original …

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25+ Embeddable Content Options To Make Your Blog Posts More Interesting

Embeddable user-generated content has been around for many years now, and it has added a lot of interesting context and value to many articles and blog posts. More types of embeddable content have recently been made available from major web services like Facebook, Twitter, and reddit, so it seemed like a good time to write a post about a bunch …

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Facebook Finally Lets You Embed Facebook Videos

Facebook has just fixed something truly irksome. Starting now, you can embed Facebook videos on your website. But Josh, you could always do that! Wrong. You have been able to embed entire posts for some time now, like this: Don't Wear Flip Flops If You Are Going To Drink Posted by Meetville on Wednesday, March 18, 2015 But as you …

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Twitter Lets You Embed Tweets in Your Own Tweets

Currently, if you want to rebroadcast a tweet and provide your own commentary, there are two ways to do it. First, you can copy the tweet, add ‘RT’ in front of it, and provide your commentary either before or after the tweet. Or, you can tweet out a link to said tweet, which forces users to jump around between your …

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Flickr Finally Lets You Embed Photos Across the Web

In an effort to spread its presence across the web, Yahoo-owned photo sharing site Flickr has finally launched web embeds. Starting today, you can embed any public photo (or stream of photos) on your blog or site. Yes, only publicly shared photos – Flickr isn’t allowing people to just embed private photos, so don’t worry. Also, it’s not just a …

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Twitter Puts Greater Emphasis on Photos in Embedded Tweets

Twitter has just made an update to the way embedded tweets with photos look on websites, and the goal is to “put the photo front and center, with a bigger and bold visual focus on the media.” Until today, embedded tweets that contained photos would appear with the actual text of the tweet on top, with the attached photo displayed …

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Instagram Finally Lets You Embed Photos (and Videos, of Course)

Instagram has just announced that they are now allowing photo and video embeds – something that the service has needed for as long as it’s been around. Now, anyone wishing to embed a photo or video in an article for their blog or website will be able to do so with an automatically generated embed code, now available via a …

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Twitter Tests Showing Articles Where Popular Tweets Are Embedded

Twitter appears to be testing a new feature that will provide users with a way to view popular tweets in better context by pointing them in the direction of articles where those tweets have been embedded. The new “embedded on these websites” feature, only being seen by some users, appears just below the tweet and links to sites where the …

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Vine Makes Videos Embeddable via Web and Mobile

Today, Vine has finally made their six-second videos embeddable across the web. They’ve also updated their iOS app to allow for embedding (as well as the ability to share other people’s Vines on Facebook and Twitter). “When we launched Vine, we described posts as ‘little windows into the people, settings, ideas and objects that make up your life.’ With today’s …

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