How To Post Iframe To WordPress Website

How to Post Iframe To WordPress Site

When we need to embed an external page (or any other page of our website) inside one of our website page, we can use an iframe.

How to embed WordPress iFrame? What is WordPress iFrame and what does it really do? Great, you’re asking the right questions, and I’m about to answer all of them including how to embed iFrame with or without a plugin!

What is an iFrame?

An iFrame is an HTML tag that you can use to display content from another website on your WordPress site. You can think of it like a window that allows visitors to interact with content from another website hosted somewhere else without leaving your website.

In essence, you can have a dynamic page on your site without hosting the content on your servers, thereby saving the impact on your server and website load speeds.

Embed WordPress iFrame Without a Plugin

You don’t have to be a geek to write a simple code needed to add an iFrame to your WordPress site. If you have added HTML codes before, you will find this method simple to use.

The default code to use for an iFrame is:

<iframe style=”height: 800px !important; width: 960px !important;” src=”https://app.speakai.co/embed/iframe/video/insights/5dd4c4e3d73f9e0b55b94582″ width=”960px” height=”900px” frameborder=”0″ scrolling=”no” allowfullscreen=”allowfullscreen”></iframe>

Upload SRT File To YouTube

Upload SRT File To YouTube

Upload SRT To YouTube

Subtitles and closed captions open up your content to a larger audience, including deaf or hard of hearing viewers or those who speak languages besides the one spoken in your video. If you already have captions or subtitles, get help editing or removing existing captions.

YouTube has a great transcription and captioning service. However, they only allow you to export in certain formats. These limitations decrease the ability for you to quickly turn your transcriptions into other valuable pieces of content. 

Using Speak to generate your SRTs so they can be edited for YouTube will give you more freedom, provide YouTube viewers with a better experience, and help rank your videos higher on their search engine.

You can find more details on Google’s guide. 

Upload a file

If you have a subtitle and closed caption file, you can upload it to your video. These types of files contain both the text and time codes for when each line of text should be displayed. Some files also include position and style information, which is especially useful for deaf or hard of hearing viewers.

Before you start, make sure that your file type is supported on YouTube.

  1. Sign in to YouTube Studio.
  2. From the left, select Videos.
  3. Click on the title or thumbnail of a video.
  4. Select the Advanced tab.
  5. Select Upload subtitles/cc.
  6. Choose between With timing or Without timing and select Continue.
  7. Choose a file to upload.
  8. Select Save.

Creator Studio Classic instructions

  1. Select Add new subtitles or CC. Choose the language for the subtitles or closed captions you want to create. You can use the search bar to find languages that don’t automatically show in the list.
  2. Select Upload a file and choose the type of file you have to upload.
  3. Select Choose file > Upload.
  4. the editor to make any needed adjustments to the text and timing of your new subtitle or closed caption.
  5. Select Publish.
Voice Marketing

Voice Marketing

Voice Marketing

Voice marketing is defined as integrating the use of voice-enabled digital devices into your marketing strategies and tactics to reach listeners interested in your business.

“So here what I’m doing right now is just sitting in my living room. I’m at home. I have a little bit of inspiration. And I’m thinking a lot about search engines and how we can use our voice to grow our online presence, grow our rankings and drive more leads, sales, support, donations. “

One of the things I just want to get across is just how easy it is to actually turn your voice into publishable piece of content that you can use online. One of the big core concepts of Speak has been. Taking one form of creation whether that’s audio video or text multiplying that into several mediums so that you can then use that content in more powerful ways. Across the platforms where your users and audience are.

Writing blog post can be really difficult and time consuming while speaking Seems to be a much more intuitive thing for a lot of people. So many of us are amazing sources of knowledge. Yeah, we’re not professional writers, we’re not able to take the time to build that practice or sit down every day and type out well-published, edited, article. Many people are small business owners. Many people have kids families. Enough work at their current job or role. That when they go and try to share that knowledge those things that they’ve learned. It can be so. Time consuming. The joy in the process is often lost.

So here what I’m doing right now is just sitting in my living room. I’m at home. I have a little bit of inspiration. And I’m thinking a lot about search engines and how we can use our voice to grow our online presence, grow our rankings and drive more leads, sales, support, donations. Many of us are much more willing to talk through audio, some of us on video, speaking seems natural to us in a lot of us like to communicate in this way.

So why don’t we create tools and technology to enable the people Who we want to hear from people with the knowledge to share the way they want. And that’s what we’re doing here a lot at Speak we have this vision where all you have to do is drop us the audio or video content and we’ll take care of the rest. Record on your webcam record on your Phone.

It doesn’t really matter. What matters is the process of creation. The ability to create consistently. The ability to share engaging speech driven content. It’s all possible through the power of voice. If it’s high quality and you want to we can share the audio recording with them, too, in an embeddable player. We could leave the video people love watching video. We can help you with the content quality. We can help you put your content in the right position in the right place. On the right platforms at the right time.

You’re a business owner, or an organization lead. You want to contribute. You want to connect with your audience is and customers. Your supporters your volunteers, shareholders. But you have so many other roles. So many other responsibilities that’s not easy. We completely understand. Time is our most valuable resource and yet every day, it seems like there’s something more that is taking up our time.

 No matter what you’re doing whether you’re a business owner and trying to promote that business, or you’re building a personal brand, content in this day and age is a key piece of that. So. If you want to participate in the digital economy. If you want to grow your organization or grow your personal brand. You need a team and you need a technology to help you produce that content on a consistent basis with high quality output. At Speak, we’re going to continue to deliver on that vision. Enabling our users to create the way they want. Go back to running their business and organization. And we will take care of the rest. 

David Bredner of Mobials at LEDC Digital Creative 519

David Bredner of Mobials at LEDC Digital Creative 519

Transcript:

2 min read (352 Words)

So, Mobials is a software development company and we focus on making home and auto ownership and shopping stress-free. I’m one of the four co-founders, I’m also the CFO, which allows me to see multiple aspects of the company, including a lot of obviously the financial side, but also a lot of the operations. Mobials has been extremely lucky recently, we’ve really experienced substantial growth over the last couple of years, actually, having won that TechCellence Award 2 years in a row for business growth. And so when we think about growth and scaling, we think about it as how you take innovation and you’re able to bring it towards customers and obviously finding product-market fit. When I see events like this, I see it as a way of taking that knowledge and helping move it further down the chain to companies who are not as far along as we are, which allows to support a healthy ecosystem of startup companies that move into scale-ups and then obviously the ultimate goal of sustainable employers within the London ecosystem.

Yeah, London, I’ve been, I was one of the few who have come to London for University and ultimately ended up staying. And what I love about London is that it affords me the opportunity to have a wonderful home, my kids go to a wonderful school, I am never more than about an 18-minute drive from my office back home, and if I were to look at other geographies, obviously, I wouldn’t necessarily have that.  When I also think about the proximity, I do very much enjoy the ability for me to pop on the Via train, I’m downtown Toronto within 2 hours and 15 minutes. Hopefully, one day that will be substantially less than that, maybe an hour and 15 minutes. But, it actually matters only a little bit from the perspective of I get work done on the train. That also allows me close proximity to an airport so I mean, we find ourselves all over North America for work and for business, but being able to be home to be available for my family, but to have a successful business and to get where I need to be are the main reasons why I love London so much.

 

Maureen Harrison of 2AE Group at LEDC Digital Creative 519

Maureen Harrison of 2AE Group at LEDC Digital Creative 519

Transcript:

2 min read (372 Words)

2A3 Group, I’ve been in business now for actually 8 years in London. I work with a lot of companies in London to help them source and hire IT talent. A lot of programmers right now. Also, IT positions like project managers and technical support people, but right now, the demand seems to be for programmers.

Well, I’m a sole proprietor right, it’s just me. I do have a couple of virtual recruiters that work with me. But, primarily, my job is to source candidates and vet them, interview them, and then present them to my clients, and just manage the interview process covering their concerns, the candidate’s concerns just so that can bring that to a successful offer and acceptance. Well, for me, I’m always out because, you know, technology is always changing. So, for me to be relevant, and to be able to appear credible to my candidates, I sort of have to know what’s going on in my community as well. So, basically, I like to be involved in all of these events to know what’s going on, what other companies are doing, what I can do to stay relevant. You know what I have tried to expand a few times beyond me. And it’s tough.

My role, I really have to walk a balance because if I take on too many positions. I can’t fill them. So, I can only take on so much work and I have to be very careful of the companies I work with as well. I want to make sure that they’re engaged in the process. So, for me, it really is a balance of the workload. You know what I like how, how really tight it is. I like how everyone comes out to the community events. I like the networking here and to tell you the truth in Toronto, there are so many people like me. Right, so if I go out to a networking meeting it’s like meeting other recruiters, it’s like what for? Here I go out and I meet business owners.

I like the fact that business owners actually come out to the events. James mentioned that he runs Power Up. I ran the predecessor to Power Up which was the London Bridge Network for 5 years. So, we grew that to a pretty good networking event. And it’s really nice people actually come out and socialize as well as share knowledge.

 

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