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Add a Wolfram Demonstration to Your Site in One Easy Step

With nearly 8,000 interactive knowledge apps available on a huge variety of topics in the Wolfram Demonstrations Project, you’re bound to find one—or more—that you want to share.

Now you can easily embed any Demonstration you like on your own blog or website in one step. Watch this short video or read on to see how (we recommend viewing the video in full-screen mode):

Each Demonstration page includes a snippet of JavaScript code in the Share section of the sidebar.

Embed Interactive Demonstration

Just copy and paste the code into your website or blog to put the live Demonstration on your site. Anyone who has the Wolfram CDF Player installed will be able to interact with it, just like this one.

The embed code also provides the author’s name and title, as well as convenient links to the Demonstrations site and the CDF Player download site. If you’re an author, that greatly increases the visibility of your work on the web and helps promote your ideas.

The Demonstrations Project aims to bring computational exploration to the widest possible audience, and this makes it even easier to broadly share your ideas.

Try it out and let us know what you think. We would love to see what you share, so please leave a comment with a link to your blog or site with live Demonstrations.


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  1. I like the feature of embedding CDF demonstrations directly into WordPress. However, is it only me who thinks that in WordPress 4.0 it doesn’t work anymore?


  2. Has anyone else had trouble embedding this in a Blackboard page? Not sure if the fact that it’s javascript is the problem, or what…