It's likely that this trick will solve a lot of the headaches that you've had when embedding your genially in your web page, blog, Moodle, etc.
When you copy the HTML code that an application or web page gives you, which looks something like this:
<iframe width=”100%” height=”506″ src=”http://www.laweb.com/Index/xxxxxxxxxxx” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen></iframe>
and you embed it in Genially, it can't be seen, in the Editor or the Preview.
What have you done wrong? Nothing. It's due to online security protocols.
To solve this, just delete the “s” from http in the URL of the Editor. Then it'll look something like this:
Remember that, when you share, you should also remove the "s" from the link that's generated.
With this small trick, it's possible that the error is resolved. If it's not, it could be that the protocols we mentioned previously have to be reviewed or that their settings don't allow the link to work.
Tip: we recommend you always try to find applications whose protocol uses https as this guarantees better Internet security.