As a file owner, you can embed your file on a web page outside of Digify (e.g. your blog) for viewing, while keeping the file secure.

To do this, follow these steps.

Step 1: Sign in to Digify. If you've previously sent the file you want to embed, go straight to Step 2.

Otherwise, in your dashboard, click on Send Files in the left sidebar. Upload the file you want to embed in your website.

Under Access, select Anyone with the link (no email verification). Once done, click on either the Send & notify recipients button or the Get link & skip notification button.

Step 2: Click on Manage Sent Files in the left sidebar. Double-click on the file you want to embed to view the file.

Step 3: Copy the URL in your browser's address bar. Then, paste it somewhere (e.g. Notepad on Windows or TextEdit on MacOS) so you can edit the URL.

Step 4: You'll need to edit the URL. First, change the domain name from:


https://digify.com/ to https://embed.digify.com/

Then, change the URL path from:

.../a/#/f/s/... to .../a/#/f/p/...

Original Digify link:

https://digify.com/a/#/f/s/...

After editing, it should look something like this:

https://embed.digify.com/a/#/f/p/...

💡 Pro Tip: If you want to hide the Digify header in the embedded file viewer, simply add ?modestbranding=1 at the end of the URL. For example:

https://embed.digify.com/a/#/f/p/9fbe84eb1f1e460b82b776d280cd99e8?modestbranding=1

Step 5: After you've edited the URL, you can now insert the URL into your HTML iframe.


Sample HTML snippet:

<html>
<head></head>
<body>
<iframe
height="100%"
width="100%"
name="iframe_test"
src="https://embed.digify.com/a/#/f/p/9fbe84eb1f1e460b82b776d280cd99e8?modestbranding=1"
>
<iframe>
</body>
</html>

If you need further assistance, please reach out to us at support@digify.com.

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