Aside from creating a link to your Calendar on a website, you can also embed the full Calendar on any web page. “Embedding” is whenever you are posting your applications into other websites or blogs. You can embed individual items (ex. a single photo) or groups of items (ex. a folder of documents) using a snippet of code generated by Keep&Share. This code can be copy and pasted into the HTML source of your web page.
Note: Embedding is a feature only available to paid Solo and Team accounts.
If you currently have a free Basic account, you can try a 15-day free trial of our Solo plan to try out all of our premium features.
To embed your Calendars, our embedding code is based around using an iFrame. Any time that you make an edit to a Calendar on Keep&Share, the embedded Calendar on your web page will instantly reflect those edits without you having to make any changes to your web page.
You can also use certain URL parameters added on to your embedding code to show only certain features of your applications or to make your applications behave in a particular way.