<iframe src='http://YOUR_SURVEY_URL'width='100%' height='900px' frameborder=1></iframe>
This code opens the Group Link on your page for others to sit. You can alter the width and height parameters to whatever values you wish. I have also added a border around the Iframe: you can turn it off by changing the frameborder value from a 1 to a 0. You will need to replace the URL with the Satellite Link that you copied to your clipboard earlier. Do this by pasting from your clipboard (CTRL+V or Command+V).
If you aren’t using a CMS then you need to access your source code for your website to insert the embed code. Most web hosting services have ample documentation on how to do that. For CMS users (such as Wix) there is usually a tab to change from a visual editor to a HTML editor. While editing the content of your page, switch from “Visual” to “Text” and insert the HTML code wherever you would like the survey to be located.
Alternatively, you can use the Satellite link in a website popup.
You can see examples of embeded surveys in the Use Cases page on the Spark Chart website.
Step 4: Review the embedded survey
Voilà! You have a professional looking survey embedded directly into your website.