Evernote is a free online note-taking tool that allows you to save notes from partial or full Web pages, or create new notes via the desktop client or a Web-based interface. Items you create or save are stored in notebooks for later reference. Evernote does not offer an embed code, so you will have to create your own. You can embed an Evernote note into any website with minimal HTML programming.
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Sign into your account at evernote.com.
Click the note you want to embed.
Click the arrow icon on the "Share" button in the upper-right corner. Select "Link" from the drop-down menu.
Right-click the URL and select "Copy link address." The link is now copied into the computer's memory buffer.
Type the following HTML iFrame code into the Web page or site, substituting the "src" URL with the link you copied from the Evernote website.
<iframe src="http://example.com/evernote" width="600px" height="300px">
Save the Web page or website. When you or a visitor goes to the page, the embedded Evernote note will show.
Tips and warnings
- You can adjust the iFrame box dimensions by editing the "width" and "height" properties. Include the "px" behind each number value, so the code creates the box using pixel resolution.
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