With EmbedPress, you can embed Google Drawings to WordPress, using just a URL.
Google Drawings is free, diagramming software. Google Drawings allows you to create flowcharts, organizational charts, website wireframes, mind maps, concept maps, and many other types of diagrams.
Google Drawing embeds are possible, but they’re not easy to use via normal methods. EmbedPress is different. With EmbedPress, you don’t have to mess around with embed codes. All you need is the Google Drawing URL.
Here’s how to embed any Google Drawing into your WordPress site, using the EmbedPress plugin and a URL.
EmbedPress is a very useful plugin that expands and improves on WordPress’ capabilities. Install EmbedPress and your WordPress site will become far more powerful.
Click here to find EmbedPress on WordPress.org.
Before you can embed your Google Drawings into WordPress, you need to make sure that it is published and visible for the public.
Before you go any further, let’s check that your URL can be embedded on other sites …
Paste the URL into a different browser where you aren’t logged into Google. Can you still see the doc? If you can’t, then the Google Doc hasn’t been correctly published to the web.
Now you have the Google Drawings URL, you can add it to WordPress.
While editing your WordPress content, you can also edit your embed, thanks to EmbedPress.
You can use EmbedPress with Elementor to embed Google Drawings in your WordPress website. Follow these steps to embed any Google Drawings on your website using the Elementor Editor.
First, create a new page from your WordPress dashboard by navigating to Pages→ Add New and then click on the blue ‘Edit With Elementor’ button. Then search for the ‘EmbedPress ’ element from under the ‘ELEMENTS’ tab in Elementor Editor.
Now click on the ‘Content’ tab in Elementor Editor and enter the URL of your Google Drawings embed in the ‘Embedded Link’ section as shown below.
Your Google Drawings will be automatically embedded in Elementor.
Open up your preferred posts or page’s on WordPress Classic Editor.
Add your Google Drawings URL into the content area, with the “Visual” tab enabled. You will see a purple background with a “Loading your embed” message. And within a few moments, your URL will automatically be transformed into an embed of your Google Drawings.
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