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Document Embedding Guide for WIX
By Colby Butler, edocr Software Engineer
May 23, 2017 - In 1990, the world was introduced to a technological innovation that would
ultimately reshape the world in fundamental ways. Culture, politics, business, technology,
education; all of these aspects of daily human life have been drastically changed by the
introduction of the Internet and the World Wide Web. The ability to share information has always
been an important aspect of human society and the Internet dramatically expanded the ability to
both share and find knowledge. The edocr team has been especially focused on helping people
share documents and information quickly and easily. To that end, we've implemented a new
feature to make the sharing process even easier
One of the problems with sharing information over the Internet is compatibility. PDF has become
the de facto standard document format used to bridge the physical and digital divide. We've
introduced a new way to share your edocr documents on the web. We'd like to introduce you to
edocr document embedding.
How to embed an edocr document
● Open your favorite browser and head on over to our site: edocr.com. If you’re already
logged in to the site, you should see the name of your user profile in the top-right corner
of the page.
If you don’t see your profile name in the top right corner of the page, you need to login to
your edocr account. Click on the “Log In” button to log in to edocr. If you don’t have an
edocr account, you can create one for free by clicking on the “Sign Up” button or by
● Once you’ve logged in, you can upload a document by clicking on the orange ”Upload”
button at the top of the page.
● Once your document has been uploaded, you are taken directly to your document page
where you can see your document in our feature-rich document viewer.
● To the right of the viewer, you will see a menu with profile and document information.
Click the "Embed" button in the right-side menu to expand a list of code snippets.
These are the code snip