Embedding posts and blogs elsewhere is a great way to share content from Tumblr while still linking back to the source.
To embed a single post:
- Click the share icon ()on the post in your dashboard, then select "Embed."
- A new tab will open where you can adjust the language setting, if needed.
- Once you have the desired language selected, copy the code and paste it wherever you'd like to embed the post.
You can also grab the embed code directly from the post permalink. Click the <> icon:
Here's an example of an embedded post:
Interacting With Embedded Posts
Logged in users can interact with the post just like if it were on the dashboard—they can like, reblog, follow the blog, click through to the source, and use the options in the meatballs menu.
Logged out users can still click through to the source, but they’ll be prompted to create an account if they want to use any of the social features.
Modified and Deleted Posts
Embedded posts are pulled directly from the user's Tumblr. Any change they make will change what appears on your page. And if they delete the post entirely, this will show up in its place:
Embedding a Blog
To embed a blog, use this code:
Replace "blogname" with your username. If you're using a custom domain, replace "blogname.tumblr.com" with your domain.
For example, say you wanted to embed the Changes blog somewhere. You'd use this code: