There are multiple options to Share/Publish and fully manage your project for web / online use.
Not only can you publish your project and access via a URL which you can email or direct users to, but you can also share it on your favorite social networks, and embed to a website. Additionally you can manage various aspects of your publish page and controls from the publish settings menu.
How to publish a Visme project:
Once ready to share/publish your project, towards the top right side of your project panel click on the “Share” button.
A full-screen will pop up and you will see three options, click on Publish for Web. It will also present you with advanced settings and options.
Publish page and acquire Link (URL):
The link (also called URL) of your project will be a direct link to your project that is hosted on Visme.
You can copy the URL and paste in an email, manually input on various social network or use as a link to your project from any other third party source to bring visitors to your published project.
Publish page and share on social networks:
To share a project on a social network or to email it through the publish panel, click on any of the desired shared options.
For example if you wish to share on Twitter, click the twitter link and Visme will automatically populate with starter content and screenshot of your project.
You can also share your project with Visme gallery.
To stop publishing, simple click on Stop publishing button and you will not have the options to share your project with link, social network and Visme gallery.
Embed to a Site or Blog
A Visme can be easily embed to any website or blog. The process is very similar to how one embeds other third party objects such as from Youtube.
– Click on the Embed to a site or Blog tab.
– Copy the HTML code (also called “embed code”) and then paste to your website or blog.
here’s an example of how embed code is added to WordPress, the most popular open source blogging/website platform
First locate page you want to add the code to. Then switch from Visual mode to Text mode.
Then paste the embed code you got from Visme to the editor window. Remember you would have to locate the area you want to paste the code into. If you are not familiar with HTML code, you may need to paste and preview few times to get the location to your liking.
Click here for full details on how to embed to your own website or blog
Manage project’s publish settings:
You can fully manage various aspects of your publish project, and its settings. Learn more here.