Embedding Gleam in a Page or Blog Post

You have a number of options to install Gleam on your site, the most common is to embed inside a page or a blog post. This gives you the ability to run the competition on your own domain, or on the domain of a partner.

There's no limit on how many sites you can embed your campaign on, so if you want to partner with other brands or influencers you can just give them your embed code.

How it Looks

This is our demo contest embedded right on this page:

Embedding on a Page

After you setup your competition you have the option to install in a way that suits your needs.

To embed Gleam within a page you need to select the Embed in a Page or Blog Post option, which looks like this:

Switch on 'Embed in a Page' option on the Installation tab

This is the code you need to paste onto your page in order to load the Gleam widget. Depending on what CMS or blog platform you use where you add it may vary, we've added some instructions for common platforms below.

Wordpress

When writing a post in Wordpress you need to paste in the Gleam embed code in Text mode. The code is built in such a way that switching back to Visual mode after adding it shouldn't break the widget.

Paste your Gleam embed code to Wordpress in text mode

Note if using Wordpress.com you cannot embed Javascript. This means you will need to just link to the standalone landing page from your post.

Shopify

If you manually create a page you can paste in the embeddable widget code that you find on your installation options, you will need to make sure that you select the Show HTML editor to do this.

Paste your Gleam embed code to Shopify in HTML editor

WIX

To install to a WIX page you need to first Add > Embed > HTML iframe then add your Gleam embed code into WIX. Once you do that you can drag the frame to ensure the widget fits properly within your page /design.

Add HTML iframe to your WIX site before embedding the Gleam widget

Blogger

To install to a post in Blogger you need to also select HTML mode, our script works in a way that you can freely move between HTML mode & Compose mode after you add it.

Paste your Gleam embed code to Blogger editor in HTML mode

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