Embedding your TigYog content on another site or app (BETA!)
TigYog is primarily a standalone platform. However, you can also embed TigYog content in other platforms, or on your own site.
TigYog in an iframe
You can embed any TigYog page within an iframe. For example, to embed this chapter about vectors in your webpage, use:
<iframe src="https://eigenwhat.tigyog.app/vectors?ui=embedded" ></iframe>
Enabling the embedded UI
TigYog’s standard UI includes things like the sidebar menu and the account menu, which are designed for viewing TigYog in a full page. To optimize your TigYog page for embedding, you can add the URL query parameter
ui=embedded, like this:
Visit that URL in your browser, and notice several changes:
The sidebar menu does not appear.
The account menu does not appear.
The end-of-chapter navigation does not appear.
Tips for Teachable.com
<iframe src="https://eigenwhat.tigyog.app/vectors?ui=embedded" style="width: 100%; height: calc(100vh - 270px); border: 0;" ></iframe>
Teachable adds a “Complete and continue” button below your embedded TigYog page. If you wish to remove that button, you can follow this guide.
Tips for Thinkific.com
If you’re using Thinkific.com, follow Thinkific’s guide to creating a “multimedia lesson”.
Thinkific adds a “Complete & Continue” button below your embedded TigYog page. If you wish to remove that button, you can use their Custom CSS feature to hide it.
Tips for LearnWorlds.com
If you’re using LearnWorlds.com, follow their guide to creating an “embed learning activity”.
User account integration. Currently, your learners will have to sign up for a separate TigYog account to save their progress. You may wish to integrate this with your site or platform’s user account system. If so, get in touch.
Are there other UI adjustments that TigYog needs when embedded in your site? If so, get in touch.