|Description||Provides you with responsive and shareable embeds to drive the reach of your websites, blog posts, and articles from any URL using Embedly cards.|
amp-embedly-card component provides you with responsive and shareable embeds to drive the reach of your websites,
blog posts, and articles from any URL using Embedly cards.
Cards are the easiest way to leverage Embedly. For any media, cards provide a responsive embed with built-in embed analytics.
Example: Embedding multiple resources
If you have a paid plan, use the
amp-embedly-key component to set your api key.
You just need one
amp-embedly-key per AMP page.
<amp-embedly-key value="12af2e3543ee432ca35ac30a4b4f656a" layout="nodisplay"> </amp-embedly-key>
If you are a paid user, setting the
amp-embedly-key tag removes Embedly's branding from the cards.
Within your AMP page, you can include one or multiple
<amp-embedly-card data-url="https://twitter.com/AMPhtml/status/986750295077040128" layout="responsive" width="150" height="80" data-card-theme="dark" data-card-controls="0"> </amp-embedly-card> <amp-embedly-card data-url="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lBTCB7yLs8Y" layout="responsive" width="100" height="50"> </amp-embedly-card>
|data-url (required)||The URL to retrieve embedding information.|
|data-card-via||Specifies the via content in the card. This is a a great way to do attribution. This is an optional attribute.|
|data-card-theme||Allows settings the
|data-card-embed||The URL to a video or rich media. Use with static embeds like articles, instead of using the static page content in the card, the card will embed the video or rich media.|
|data-card-image||The URL to an image. Specifies which image to use in article cards when
Enables share icons.
The default is
|data-card-align||Aligns the card. The possible values are
When recommendations are supported, it disables embedly recommendations on video and rich cards.
The default value is
|common attributes||This element includes common attributes extended to AMP components.|
See amp-embedly-card rules in the AMP validator specification.
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