Let your Prezi presentation do its magic. If you have a site where you’d like to embed your masterpiece, no problem. You just need your presentation’s view link and the embed code.
Embedding your presentation
Just copy (CTRL/CMD + C) and paste (CTRL/CMD + V) this code:
<iframe width="550" height="400" src="your_view_link/embed" webkitallowfullscreen="1" mozallowfullscreen="1" allowfullscreen="1"></iframe>
Then replace the above text that reads “your view link” with the view link of your presentation.
Important: Be sure that "/embed" follows the link and the quotes are in place.
Finding your view link
- From the dashboard, click the Arrow (or three dots ...) icon in the thumbnail of the presentation you want to embed.
- Copy an existing link and paste it into the code.
- If you don’t have any links, you’ll have to create a new one.
Creating a view link
- From the dashboard, click the Arrow (or three dots ...) icon in the thumbnail of a presentation to get the detailed view screen.
- Click Create new link.
- Give your link a name for your own records. For example, a client’s name or company would help distinguish the link from others.
- Choose if you want to track the link on Prezi Analytics or require viewers to identify themselves before viewing. Then, click Create link.
- You’ll see the link appear. Copy the link and paste it in the embed code.
Copying the embed code from the presentation's public view page
You can also find the full embed code for your public presentations on their public view page.
1. Go to your Prezi Next dashboard to access your presentations.
2. Click on the Play icon in the thumbnail of the presentation you’d like to embed.
3. Copy the URL from the address bar.
4. Open the link in an incognito window and paste the link in the address bar. This will open your presentation's public view page.
6. Click the Embed Prezi icon under the presentation window and simply copy the embed code to use on a website. Before copying the embed code, you can also modify it by adjusting the height/width (keeping the proportions as the aspect ratio of the presentation cannot be modified.)