Our top priority is to keep Readymag flexible, which is why we don’t limit our customers to preset widgets. When building a website with Readymag you can employ an ever-growing number of third-party elements, thus expanding the functionality of your project almost infinitely. To assist with this, the Readymag team created an Embed & Code widget that translates shareable code from third-party developers for your web project.
Earlier we showcased five great widgets that can help your Readymag projects. Here are another five!
Price: starts at $9 monthly
Shopify is an e-commerce platform that allows users to sell products in a number of different ways. One of their offerings is an embeddable Buy Button that turns any site into online store. See details here.
OneLinePlayer is a tool that wraps embedded video from Youtube, Vimeo, and a number of other hosting platforms. The player looks sleek and offers numerous customization possibilities, including an option to leave just the Play button visible and hide the other interface elements. More info here.
3D model builder
Price: free, if you use your own models
This tool offers a means of embedding 3D models on your website, which users can then move and rotate, viewing them from different angles. Sketchfab also has a shop where you can purchase a wide range of 3D models — from pets to ice hockey stadiums.
3D panorama viewer
Price: free if you embed images branded with 360player logo. Paid subscriptions start from 49$ a month
This tool gives you an opportunity to embed 3D panorama pictures. You can also take your own picture and render it as a panorama. Some suggestions from the creators of 360player of images that look good in 3D: vehicle interiors, architecture, drone aerial photography, and video game screenshots.
You can embed a photo or video from any public Instagram profile to your Readymag project. To do so open the … button in the right-bottom corner of any Instagram post and choose “Embed” from the pop-up list. Copy the code to the Embed & Code widget in Readymag.
You can also get more refined access to Instagram data via their API. For example, you can create a widget that automatically displays your latest Instagram post on your Readymag webpage. More info here.