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How to Embed a Wordle

1. Write your entire post except for your wordle.  Remember to link to http://wordle.net to give attribution!

2. Create your wordle and save it to the public gallery.

3.  Copy the code found at the bottom of the page.

step1

4.  Click the HTML tab in your post.

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5.  Paste the code where you would like your wordle to appear.

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6.  ”De-tab” the lines of the code to make it one continuous paragraph of code.

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7.  Add tags and categories to your post.  Preview and publish!

Wordle: How to Embed a Wordle

If you want your wordle to be bigger, take a screencast (Windows; Mac) of your wordle and upload the picture to your post.




3 Responses to “How to Embed a Wordle”


  1.    rebecca boynton June 12, 2011 at 3:14 pm

    Thanks for the directions on how to imbed a Wordle, Abbeyr! I have several ideas about how I could use your directions for imbedding in my own blog, here:

    http://boyntonblog.wordpress.com/2011/06/12/an-interesting-student-blog-post/

    I am particularly excited about the possibilities for collectively using Wordles in our study of poetry. Additionally, we could have some interesting discussion of Wordles created from famous speeches that we study. (Have you ever created a Wordle of the Gettysburg Address? It is very revealing in terms of focus!)

    Reply

  2.    alexandrav110gs September 22, 2011 at 10:38 am

    Hi Abbey,

    Thank you for telling me how to make a worlde. I am going to try to make one.
    Come visit my blog at wwww.alexandrav110gs.edublogs.org

    Reply

  3.    Dominik November 6, 2012 at 9:04 am

    This year we’re doing practise SATS and then the real SATS. I think that tests help you see what level your skills are at so I think tests are worth doing!!! :)

    Reply

  1. 1 An Interesting Student Blog Post « boyntonblog Pingback on Jun 12th, 2011 at 2:58 pm
  2. 2 My Comment Regarding Imbedding Wordles « boyntonblog Pingback on Jun 12th, 2011 at 3:21 pm

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