How to Embed Google Plus Posts Into a Website?

What is an embedded post?

A new feature on Google+ enables you to take any public post (except communities at present) and embed it on a website just by adding in a simple code. It really is simple.

How to Embed a Google+ Post?

You can embed public Google+ posts in your site or articles with just a few lines of HTML code. Your signed-in Google+ readers can +1 or comment on your post directly from your site or follow the author.


Adding the embedded posts

Adding the embedded posts to your page is quick and easy. The easiest method is to locate the post that you want to embed on plus.google.com and click the  A
downward pointing arrow that indicates the menu menu icon and choose Embed post. A dialog displays with code that you can copy and paste into the desired location within your article or site.

For example:


googleplus-embedded post



URL format

The link to the Google+ post must be in its canonical format:
https://plus.google.com/104771037582332553233/posts/L7mc3RePPrJ

Supported posts

In addition to posts that contain text and links, the following additional types of posts are supported as embedded posts:

Posts with images - The post will render with the image. Clicking the image directs the visitor to the image view on Google+.
Posts with videos - The post will render with the video. Clicking the video will play the video within the embedded post.
Posts with links to a community - Your visitors can click through to view the community as they would in the stream.

The following post types are not supported:

Posts from within a community, including publicly reshared posts from a community.
Posts that are restricted to a Google Apps domain
Private posts
Events posts
Hangout on Air posts

Want to know more?
For more information check out: https://developers.google.com/+/web/embedded-post/

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