How to Embed a Poll on Other Websites
Our straw polls can be embedded on all kinds of websites.
The technology behind this is the
<iframe> HTML tag, which allows content to be embedded in any website.
We have optimized our code for embedding in a responsive design so that the poll is easily displayed on all devices.
Step 1: Get the code
Getting the code is quite simple. On a poll page there are two ways to display the code for the embedding.
The first option is the "options" dropdown in the upper right, the other option is the black code button in the "share this poll" section below the poll.
Step 2: Placing the code
Now that the embedding code is available, it must be placed on your website.
The code must be inserted in the place of the HTML where it should appear on the page.
In common CMS such as WordPress, a block with the selection "Custom HTML" must be added under "Formatting".
Step 3: Check the embedding
By default, we calculate the size of the poll box to resize the
But if you think you can do better manually, feel free to change the "width" and "height" of the embedding code according to your needs.
The screenshots below show an example of what embedded polls look like.
- No advertising is displayed in the embedding. We still offer this service free of charge.
- reCAPTCHA (to minimize fake votes) is enabled by default.
If you don't want to use it, uncheck it in the advanced settings while creating a poll.
- Currently, embedding polls only works for straw polls, but not for meeting polls.
- The embedding should also work on AMP pages. Contact us if you have any issues embedding a poll.