Embed Creative Market Collections on your Site or Blog

You can now embed a Creative Market Collection (read more about collections) on your blog or website using the code provided through the Collection Embed. The embed is responsive, automatically updates, and will include tracking so affiliate partners receive credit for any referred users.

Keep reading this article for information on what an embed code is, instructions for accessing the code and inserting it into your blog or website, and FAQs.

What is an embed code?

An embed code is a snippet of HTML which allows you to place content from other sites directly on your site or blog. The embed code ensures that certain styles, behavior, and copy move seamlessly over when pasted into the code of your site.  

Accessing and Copying the Embed Code

The Product Embed Widget can be found on the right hand side of any product page once you have signed in. Screen_Shot_2021-04-07_at_5.35.01_AM.png

Once you’ve clicked the “Embed” button, the widget will pop up. From here, you can preview what the widget will look like, view the embed code, and copy the embed code.


Pasting the Embed Code on your Site or Blog 

Now that you’ve copied your embed code, you can paste into the source code of your blog or website. Navigate to the code view on your CMS (finding this will vary by tool, but it is usually labeled as code, HTML, or </>).

Now paste your embed code where you’d like it to appear within your code. Be sure you’re not pasting it within another snippet of code to avoid any errors!

The final product will look like this:

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What happens when a viewer clicks on the embed? 

When a user clicks on the embed, a new window will open to that collection on Creative Market.

Will any sales made after clicking on the embedded product be attributed to me?

Yes! If you’re an Affiliate Partner, we’ll track purchases made after clicking on the collection embedded on your site, just like we do when you share your partner link. 

What if the embed is not showing up or is not showing up correctly?

The most common issue is that the code has been pasted within another code snippet. Make sure you check your code to make sure this is not the case. 


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