How to embed a mind map into your website as a widget?
07 october 2021
You can embed maps on your website.
Try here to move the platform or minimize branches:
The code builder is currently under development. However, you can make the code manually.
To do this:
1. Create a link to the map
(to view or edit)
2. Copy the link into notepad and add the required parameters to it
- A link is followed by ? then the parameters
- Parameters are separated by a sign &
menubar=0- remove menubar
panelMain=0- remove main bar
panelThemes=0- remove theme bar
panelIcons=0- remove icon bar
panelIcons=open- force the icon bar to open (for shared as editable)
panelColors=0- remove color bar
panelColors=open- force the color bar to open (for shared as editable)
freezePanels=1- prohibit opening/closing bars
roundedPanels=1- rounded corners on bars
scrollable=0- turn off map scrolling
isolate=1- users will each edit a different version of your file, otherwise users will edit the same file
platformMask=IMAGE_URL- a mask that can be used to trim the map. Example of a picture mask, Example of a cropped mind map.
3. Insert the link in a <iframe> tag and place it on your website
<iframe width="100%" height="500" border="0" scrolling="no" style="border: none;" src="THE_LINK" ></iframe>
THE_LINK - is a link you made in notepad.
<iframe width="100%" height="500" border="0" scrolling="no" style="border: none;" src="https://ioctopus.online/____How_to_make_a_mind_map__editable____b5f8cb61b9742e7723e635a7e4d23e57?menubar=0&panelMain=0&panelThemes=0&panelIcons=0&panelColors=open&freezePanels=1&isolate=1&scrollable=0&roundedPanels=1&platformMask=https://ioctopus.online/wp-content/themes/app/blog/how-to-make-a-mind-map/mask4.svg" ></iframe>
It's time to talk about features that are on IOctopus but that few people know about.
What are mind map script for?
To create unique functionality. For example:
- Inserting current date
- Insertion of synonyms
- And anything else you need