This blog post shows you how to work out what Vixo URL’s you need to embed things in your blog.
The page has the URL
But each cell also has its own URL:
(If a URL ends in a slash it is considered to be a page, if it end in a valid letter-number combination it is considered to be a cell.
When we publish this as a web or wiki page we just flatten it.
With web and wiki pages I can now pick out parts of a page using URL’s. Lets add a range to the URL
a3:b4 just picks out a part of the whole web page and makes a smaller webpage from it.
When you need to embed a bit of a spreadsheet in a WordPress blog you publish it as a web or wiki page using the views menu (right hand end of the toolbar in the spreadsheet view):
Once you have made a view public you can embed it with the Vixo WordPress plugin.
The Vixo Plug in takes options
height parameters along with the mandatory
url parameter. If you leave them out the iframe that is displaying the embedded Vixo content will resize automatically.
height are designed to be used when embedding the table view only.
Notice that some of the URL’s above are decorated with
?view=webpage. You can always get a view of a particular page using decorators, but you are better to use undecorated URL’s. In the views box you can set a particular view to be the default view – this is what you will see if you use an undecorated URL.
The Vixo shortcode takes optional
height parameters – these are designed for use with the table view only. If you leave them out they embedded Vixo content will automatically resize itself.