You can embed most of our audio content directly into your site, using the embed button on episode, channel, or provider pages.
When embedding a provider, our system will embed the provider's latest available episode.
When embedding a channel, our system will automatically select one of the channel's episodes to embed —
for News or Podcast channels this will always be the latest episode that is available, while
Book or Series channels always provide the first available episode.
This means for example that you can always get the latest News episode by embedding it's channel instead of a specific episode!
The easiest, and recommended, method of embedding a player on your site is to paste the
<iframe> code as-is into your HTML. The code will look something like the following:
<iframe src="https://embed.iono.fm/chan/78" width="100%" height="450" frameborder="0"><a href="http://iono.fm/c/78">Content hosted by iono.fm</a></iframe>
You can add iono.fm as an oEmbed provider on your WordPress blog by adding the following code to your theme's
wp_oembed_add_provider('#https?://(www\.)?iono\.fm/(p|c|e)/.*#i', 'https://embed.iono.fm/oembed', true);
You can find out more about embedding content in WordPress by reading this article.
Fallbacks are provided for browsers which do not support the latest HTML5 features. Depending on your browsers level of support you may get a fallback with audio controls, or a fallback with a simple download link.
Our embeds can be configured to your needs by adding one or more of the following url parameters to the embed
Playlists are enabled by default on provider and channel embeds, and can be controlled using the
|height||The height, in pixels, of the embedded control.|
The type of playlist to embed.
Whether or not to include the episode description in the player.
The default quality profile of the player. Visit our knowledgebase article for more information on the different quality profiles.
We provide an
<iframe> fragment that currently contains an HTML5 player with a download link as fallback for browsers that don't support HTML5 audio.
Here is a live example of what embedded content will look like on your site:
Depending on the status of the requested content, your embed may return one of the following errors: