How to Embed a Live Website into Your WordPress Blog

Having a live website is great! It’s always there, available to everyone, and it can be updated with the click of a button. The problem is, a live website can’t always behave the way you want it to. For example, let’s say you’re presenting a webinar on your topic area and you want to include a live Q&A session with the audience. If you try to connect an existing WordPress installation to the Internet, things will go wrong and the live aspect of your website won’t work as expected.

Luckily, there’s a solution! You can embed a live website into your WordPress blog. Doing this ensures that the full functionality of the website is available within your content-focused environment. Moreover, this method prevents the WordPress admin area from showing up when someone visits your site. This is especially useful if you’re not yet familiar with WordPress or if you want to keep your site’s appearance as clean and simple as possible. 

Choosing the Right Hosting Service

Before you begin embedding a live website into your WordPress blog, you must first decide which hosting service to use. There are several advantages and disadvantages to each, so consider your needs before deciding which one is right for you. In general, shared hosting is the preferred choice for bloggers who are just getting started. This type of hosting is the cheapest and most convenient, as it’s administered via a service provider. The downside is that the performance of your site will be shared with other users, so if you’re doing anything intensive, it may be a bad idea.

Alternatively, you could choose to go with a WordPress hosting service. With this type of hosting, you’ll have access to a broad range of features, as well as the ability to install any WordPress theme you desire. The advantage of using a WordPress hosting service is that you won’t need to worry about security issues or making sure your site runs efficiently. The downside is that you’ll need to manage the technical aspects of your site yourself.

Installing WordPress

Once you’ve chosen your host, it’s time to move on to the next step – installing WordPress. In order to do this, visit the ‘Plugins’ section of your WordPress dashboard and click the ‘Add New’ button. Next, find the WordPress plugin that provides the functionality you need and click the ‘Install Now’ button.

After installing the plugin, you’ll need to visit the plugin’s official website to complete the setup process. You’ll need to provide the required information (usually a username and a password) and then click the ‘Activate’ button. Once activated, the plugin will appear in your ‘Plugins’ section alongside other installed WordPress plugins.

Now that your WordPress is up and running, it’s time to move on to the last step – embedding a live website into your blog. As your final step, visit the ‘Appearance’ section of your WordPress dashboard and click the ‘Select Theme’ button. From here, you can browse through a massive collection of free WordPress themes. Find one that suits your needs and click the ‘Install’ button.

When choosing a WordPress theme, consider the colors, fonts, and layout of your website. Doing this will help you keep things consistent throughout the entire blog. Moreover, make sure that the theme you choose supports live websites – some themes may not like where you’ve installed them and may not display the live content correctly. Once you’ve chosen a theme that supports live websites, click the ‘Update Theme’ button to update the settings on the fly. Now, when you visit your blog, you’ll see the live website content displayed as expected.

Setting Up the HTML Code

With your blog now displaying the live website, it’s time to move on to the next step and integrate this new functionality into your WordPress posts. To do this, you’ll need to add some HTML code to your posts. When adding this code, you want to make sure that you follow the correct procedure – including using the right tags and attributes. If you’re not sure how to add HTML code to your posts, take a look at the How to Build a Blog in 7 Steps guide, which will walk you through the entire process.

To add the live website content into your posts, you’ll need to add a few lines of code. For example, let’s say your live website is about fashion and you want to include a piece on sunglasses. To do this, you can add the following code to the end of a new post in your WordPress dashboard: