We’re happy to announce that, starting from now, you’ll be able to embed recommendations on your websites. Whether it’s your blog, your tumblr or your self-hosted collection of knitting tutorials, everything’s fine.
Just hit the little arrow that’s leaving the box under every recommendation, click on “Embed” and you’ll see an overlay similar to most embed features you know so far. Just change the width to something that fits your layout (a mininum width of 400px is required), copy the code and throw it into yours, we’ll handle the rest.
Here are some examples of great reads and embedded recommendations:
But there’s more: We’ve spiced up the looks of source and article pages to make them stand for themselves a little better. We’ve added some stats (more to come) and included a new filter that enables you to display only those people who recommended and article that you’re actually following. This is the source page for guardian.co.uk, and this is an article page for one of its articles.
Anyway, have fun embedding recommendations, we’d love to see some of them around. Feel free to tell us if anything doesn’t work as expected.