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Embed a folio on your website

Connect your folio to your own domain. Embed your folio’s iframe code into your CMS.

  • Open the “Share” link at the top right of the edit screen. Select option 2 “Anyone with the link can view”.
  • From there, you can click “Embed”.
  • You’ll have options for choosing the embed size – make it responsive so it automatically adjusts to fit on the screen size it’s being viewed on. Or choose the fixed option and select the frame size from the dropdown.
  • You can also choose to have the embedded code appear as a full-screen web page (this is a single-scroll page). Or you can select to have the embedded code appear as a slide presentation (each section of the folio will be a slide).
  • In the “Embed” section, you’ll find an HTML code for your folio. Click in this text field, it will automatically highlight, and you’ll be able to copy the code. 






Paste the code into your website’s script. Your website editor may look different from the one below. This screenshot is for a WordPress blog post. Depending on what service you are using, you should be able to find a “Text”, “HTML”, or “Insert Code” button somewhere in the editing field. There, you’ll be able to paste the embed code where you want your folio to appear.


Embed the folio on your website


Optional: Adjust iframe size

The code automatically sets the width of your folio to 100% with the default embed options, meaning it will span the width your editor allows. You can select a fixed dimension before copying the embed code. Or you can input a preferred width (for example: 600px). Similarly, the height can be adjusted depending on how much content you want to appear. There will be a scrollbar in the frame if your content height exceeds the amount that you set.

If the folio’s iframe code isn’t showing as the full web page, you can adjust the settings on your CMS by searching the web to find out how to make an iframe code fill the page on the particular web host you’re using.


That’s it! Any time you make updates to your folio, your website will automatically be updated, no need to make changes directly to your site. 

Here are other ways you can share folios:


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Xtensio is the easiest way for teams to create, share, and manage all of their business documents. You can create stunning pitches, sales sheets, reports, case studies, agendas, and more, with no design experience. You can add images, videos, tables, buttons, and other interactive modules to your folios. Drag and drop, resize, change backgrounds, colors. Share a link. Present a digital slideshow. Export a PDF/PNG.

An Xtensio folio is a live webpage, a full-screen digital slideshow presentation, and an exportable PDF/PNG document all-in-one. Your folios are responsive, collaborative, and completely customizable.

You can start from an instructional template, editable example, or a blank folio to build all your business documents and presentations with the ease of drag and drop. Add team members and guests to work together in real-time on the cloud. Changes instantly sync to the live version of the folio so both internal and external stakeholders are always up-to-date. Projects are the next generation of flexible documents and presentations.

You can create any sort of business content you need – one-pagers, fact sheets, pitches and proposals, press releases, employee handbooks, reports, strategy canvases, landing pages, and more. Check out our library of instructional templates and editable examples.

A folio is your personal copy made from a template. It’s a live page you can edit, collaborate on, and share. Instructional templates guide you in creating a variety of business content

Yes. All Xtensio plans include 128 bit SSL encryption and backups to ensure your data is secure. You can make shared folio links private and even password protect them for added security. Here’s more on the range of sharing options on Xtensio, from completely private to public.

What makes Xtensio so great is the variety of options you have to share your work. There are 9 ways to share your Xtensio documents (folios). Collaborate privately, share a link, embed on your website, send in an email, share on social, save a team template, publish templates and generate leads, present a full-screen slideshow, or download your folio as a PDF/PNG. Learn more.


Yes!  Our plans are meant to be collaborative. All plans include real-time collaboration. You can add unlimited team members on the free plan. To add guests and set access levels, upgrade to a premium plan for more control. You can check out features, pricing and details here on our pricing page.


Unlike other presentation or document creators, Xtensio works like a web builder so you can easily drag and drop interactive content, customize the layout, and change colors, fonts, backgrounds to get professional-looking business content out the door quickly, without needing a designer.

You can collaborate with team members and guests to work together in real-time on the cloud. And the flexibility to share folios as live web links, digital slideshow presentations, or exportable PDF/PNGs means you don’t have to jump between tools when creating different deliverables. Check out this page to see how Xtensio outpaces the competition.

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If you cancel your plan, premium features will remain active until the end of your current billing period. When the subscription expires, your account will be removed from the system entirely.