First, here’s an example that Mr Finch made;

 

<iframe id="my_iframe" width="100%" height="400px" src="https://\\lps.internal\userdata$\HomeDrives\Admin Office Staff\ed\New folder (5)\Lost in Space.html" scrolling="no"

How to embed Twine on your WordPress website
twine_logo

Create twine and export it to html file.

Publish to File.

twine_publish_to_file

Upload html file on the server (eg. FTP with Filezilla).

twine_filezilla_upload

Create a new page in your wordpress where you want to embed the twine.

wp_newpage

Insert following code (be sure to switch to Text tab)

<iframe id="my_iframe" width="100%" height="400px" src="https://www.romanluks.eu/about/index.html&quot; scrolling="no"

Replace url https://www.romanluks.eu/about/index.html with path to your twine.

wp_aboutme_code

Now you have twine embedded on your website, however it has the wrong size. Oh noes! What now?!

Lets add some more code 🙂

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Hi there everyone,

 

I’m really excited to say that our new blog to celebrate our school link is just about up and running.

Larkrise has been linked with Jinja SDA for nearly ten years and to celebrate the first ten years here’s a blog to share some of the stories and experiences that have created the strong relationships we have built up over the visits, the projects and the years.

Look here for information about upcoming events and how you can get involved.

Ed Finch