I have a website on sites.google and I also have blog on wordpress. I would like to include some CDF files on them. How can it be done?

  • $\begingroup$ not on Wordpress.com but possible on other sites running Wordpress. $\endgroup$
    – cormullion
    Feb 24, 2013 at 20:12
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This free video course available from Wolfram Training site goes through details of CDF web embedding:

Computable Document Format: Deploying Ideas to the Web

Word Press CDF embedding and some other platforms are discussed in detail. sites.google needs to be checked - but if it does work, then it will use same ideas as explained in the course. Most platforms I know use the same set of procedures. There are two main cases to be aware:

1) Advanced site: your site can host files and allow JS plugins - like full Word Press platform hosted on your own domain. Then you host CDF on your own site and use one of two: - Play directly with JS: Web Delivery: Embedded and Full-Screen CDF - or use Wolfram CDF Plugin form wordpress.org - Here is an example

2) Basic generic blog: your site cannot host files and/or does not allow JS plugins. Then external storage and iframe tags can help. Here is an example

You also maybe interested to take a look at: CDF and MediaWiki. All of this is discussed in details in the linked video course.

  • $\begingroup$ What you did in the cdfexamples.blogspot.com is precisely the kind of thing I want, can you please elaborate how to do it? $\endgroup$
    – lovespeed
    Feb 25, 2013 at 20:58
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    $\begingroup$ @SthitadhiRoy the 1st link to the video I gave does exactly that. did you try to watch it? $\endgroup$ Feb 25, 2013 at 21:05

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