See Sched in Action
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Integrate Sched into your own website by using the simple embed code. Your audience stays on your site and can still publish updates to your site.
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During your free trial, embed integration works for logged-in admins only. Attendees will only see a link to your Sched site until you buy this option.
Customizing Your Embed
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Penn State University – Global Entrepreneurship Week 2020
If you are embedding into an HTTPS site, change each instance of HTTP inside the code to be HTTPS and a secure version will be served.
If you use a self-hosted version of WordPress to manage your event site, use the WordPress plugin to embed your schedule.
While we recommend using the plugin, you’re also able to copy and paste the embed code to your site.
Create a new post or page and follow these steps:
Make a custom gadget to display your Sched page when embedding onto a Google Site.
Please note: It’s not possible to embed Sched on New Google sites. You use Classic Sites to embed Sched with the gadget.
When you embed, your attendees start on the simple view of your schedule. You can also embed specific views of your schedule (simple, expanded, grid) or directory (speakers, sponsors, exhibitors).
ComicCon set up multiple embeds of Sched on their site, with each showing a different view of Sched.
The default sidebar includes ways to search and filter your schedule. You can remove it and a “Search” tab displays in your main menu instead.
ComicCon removed the sidebar from showing on the Sched embed on their website.
Increase readability on dark backgrounds, change the text to white (instead of black).
Juneteenth Virtual Festival embedded Sched on their dark background theme:
The embedded schedule is responsive and will scale to any width you place it in.
You can manually control the width of that the embed displays by wrapping it in a fixed-width div:
<div style=”width: 600px;”></div>
Example of wrapping the embed code in a fixed-width div:
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