On-the-fly framing

In addition to creating framed briefings with our Brief.ly, Links2.Me, or Many.at services or our Name.ly/Frames themed sites, many web developers asked for the possibility to create such site compilations on-the-fly to be embedded on the external pages.

As Name.ly/Frames theme already provides an option for auxiliary tabs and auxiliary feeds – one can easy exploit these features for on-the-fly bundling by using them on generic-purpose links, e.g., http://brief.ly/on-the-fly/. For instance:


This link can then be inserted in html code anywhere on your site:

<iframe src=”http://brief.ly/on-the-fly/?url1=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fsy9EL2q5l8&caption1=Swedish+Chef&url2=http://www.vimeo.com/20628942&caption2=Coke+v.+Sprite” width=”100%” height=”400px” ></iframe>

This will result in:

One can also compile a briefing without the table of content tab:


And the correspoinding html code for embedding:

<iframe src=”http://brief.ly/on-the-fly/?toc=off&url1=youtube.com/watch?v=Fsy9EL2q5l8&caption1=Swedish+Chef&url2=vimeo.com/20628942&caption2=Coke+v.+Sprite” width=”100%” height=”333px” ></iframe>

This will result in:

Alternatively, one can use Java Script Widget or PHP code for easy code embedding.

If you would like to have full-page frames, it can be easily done by using the following html code:

<title>Your Titile</title>

<META name=”description” content=”Few words about your briefing”>
<META name=”keywords” content=”some keywords”>
<frameset rows=”100%,*” border=”0″>

<frame src=”http://brief.ly/on-the-fly/?url1=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fsy9EL2q5l8&caption1=Swedish+Chef&url2=http://www.vimeo.com/20628942&caption2=Coke+v.+Sprite” frameborder=”0″ />
<frame frameborder=”0″ noresize />


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