Omit scripts from HTML
No worries: when there are several repeated embed.js script tags on your page, a browser will still load it only once due to cache-control HTTP headers, so there's no drag on user's bandwidth or your site's performance.
Iframely can wrap all such script-based 3rd party embed codes into our iFrame and give you our single embed.js to add to your system.
Omit 3rd-party scripts
You can add it as an option in your API settings, or simply send it as
&omit_script=1 query-string parameter with individual API calls.
In that case, Iframely will wrap e.g. Twitter, Instagram, Facebook etc into our
<iframe ... > code. For providers that already give an iFrame, Iframely will simply ignore that parameter and will follow your other preferences.
Our embed.js is also omitted
When you request
&omit_script=1, our own script will not be included with HTML code at all and you need to add it to your site yourself. See below.
As such, our script may decide to use Web Component imports for the Internet browsers that support it well (Chrome and Opera), to make bulk-inserts of embeds even faster there (but you won't need to deal with 3rd party scripts).
To disable Web Components, uncheck it in your API Settings, if that causes issues with your site's runtime.
Load embed.js script when required
As your pages may or may not have our embeds on it, we suggest the following asynchronous script that loads embed.js only when required:
If you need even better control, you may also use other events and methods our Embed.js script provides. Take a read.