Note: Custom HTML is used for iframe features (widget and player), Custom JS/HTML is for Pop-out widget options.
Adding Custom HTML to your WordPress site is usually fairly simple. There is a "Custom HTML" block that you can add to your page/post in the default editor, and there is usually some variation of this, maybe called "Custom Code Block" in other editors like Elementor and Beaver Builder. We have an article that uses the Searchie iframe to implement Searchie on your WP site using the Custom HTML option.
If you still need help with your WordPress integration, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You will want to place the Searchie HEAD code in the ‘Head Code Snippets’ section of your Teachable site. The location of this snippet section can be found over at Teachable’s Code Snippets and Custom CSS page. That page will also show you where to find the location on Teachable to place Custom HTML code if you wish to implement the iframe widget or player.
To add the Custom HTML and iFrames needed to embed Searchie players, playlists, and widgets on your site, we can use the Text & Media sections that allow us to embed custom code. Thinkific has an article here that breaks down their Page Builder, scroll to the "Content" section to learn about the Text & Media sections and where you can embed them. You can also do some custom web developing to get this done. An article on Custom Themes for Developers breaks down all the options available to you if you go that route, but if you need extra help, reach out to email@example.com.
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