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oEmbed is an open format designed to allow embedding content from a website into another page. The specification was created by Cal Henderson, Leah Culver, Mike Malone, and Richard Crowley in 2008. It has become an industry standard for embedding content, used by companies like Twitter to make tweets embeddable in blog posts and by blogging platforms like Medium to allow content authors to include those snippets.
An oEmbed exchange occurs between a consumer and a provider. A consumer wishes to show an embedded representation of a third-party resource on their own website, such as a photo or an embedded video. A provider implements the oEmbed API to allow consumers to fetch that representation.
Version 1.0 debuted on March 21, 2008.
- WordPress (4.4+)
- JS Bin
- Box Office Buz
The following software is able to embed sites that support oEmbed:
- "Announcing OEmbed - An Open Standard for Embedded Content". Leah Culver's Blog. Retrieved 2017-10-26.
- Etienne, Stefan. "Twitter intros three new ways to embed timelines". TechCrunch. Retrieved 2017-10-26.
- "Embedding". Medium Support. Retrieved 2017-10-26.
- "Embeds « WordPress Codex". codex.wordpress.org. Retrieved 2017-12-18.
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