An entirely new flash widget is now available which allows you to display and play the newest sermons, videos, sermon series, or picks from any broadcaster account on your own website!
This is accomplished by copying-and-pasting a single line of HTML code into your own site (and making a few optional modifications to the code). Here's how it works.
Copy and paste the following HTML code into your own website:
Optionally replace the MEMBERID string with the Member ID of a specific broadcaster on SermonAudio (otherwise, it will show the newest sermons on the entire site).
Optionally change the other parameters (tiny, minimal) from FALSE to TRUE if you wish to change the format to TINY or minimize the footprint even more by removing the title bar.
Optionally change the MODE parameter from VIDEO to PICKS to display the recommended sermon picks instead (if no Member ID is supplied, the SermonAudio Staff Picks are displayed). Removing the MODE parameter altogether will show the newest audio sermons only.
Optionally adjust the widget's width and height size to the pixel by supplying the WIDTH and HEIGHT parameters to the code (not shown).
Finally, you can actually copy this HTML code from the XML|Podcast orange button on any broadcaster homepage.
Now your own website will automatically show the newest sermons, videos, sermon series, or picks from your SermonAudio homepage in a hassle-free flash-based widget!
And remember, in addition to this flash widget, you can also integrate your entire library of sermons on your own website with a single line of copy-and-paste HTML code using our interactive sermon browser..
New! Sermon Series in Flash Widget. Easily embed a flash-based widget of the newest sermons in a sermon series by clicking on the orange XML|PODCAST button on any sermon series listing view. Then, click on the DEMO link found beside the Sermon Series HTML code.
Be sure to check out more free HTML codes and buttons in our HTML Codes & Buttons section. Let us know how we can keep improving! Our slogan is "the world is listening," but WE are listening too!
This video tutorial is part of a growing number of screencasts. Let us know if it's been a help to you!