Here you can find instructions on how to add a TeamUp widget to your website.

A TeamUp widget allows you to show the latest updates from your TeamUp profile or the list of your Top fans on your personal website or blog! You can see example widgets and how they look like on this page: http://www.tmup.co/widget

The customizable, iframe-based widget can be installed on all websites that run on their own server. Also several blog sites allow the use of iframe elements. For instance WordPress pages, such as this one, running on their own server can have iframe elements.

If you’re using WordPress, you must first install an iframe-plugin.

We offer two different widgets: Fan ranking widget and Feed widget.

 

Fan ranking widget
Fan ranking widget is related to a talent profile. When you add the following code to your website:

<iframe style=”width: 240px;height:500px;” src=”http://www.tmup.co/widget/ProfileFanRanking?profileId=20934&width=240&fanCount=10&theme=light“>

…or in WordPress (when iframe-plugin is installed):

[ iframe style=”width:240px;height:500px;” src=”http://www.tmup.co/widget/ProfileFanRanking?profileId=20934&width=240&fanCount=15&theme=light“]

EXPLANATION OF CODE PARAMETERS:

  • profileId: profile ID, which is a number. You can find out your own profile ID like this: 1) login to TeamUp and go to your private view by clicking the TeamUp-icon on the top left. 2) Your browser’s address bar will show an address such as http://www.tmup.co/Profile/Userpage/123, where the last digits are your profile ID.
  • width (optional): widget width in pixels, default: 240
  • fanCount (optional): number of fans in the ranking chart, default: 10, max: 50
  • theme (optional): “dark” or “light”, default: “light”
  • culture (optional): in which language the widget texts are shown in, in Finnish (“fi-FI”) or in English (“en-US”), default: “en-US”

…it will look like this:

Edit the iframe code according to your wishes and then add it to your website. Your TeamUp fans’ activity will now be shown also to your website visitors!

 

Feed widget
The Feed widget can pull information from any talent profile or any paid-level business profile. When you add the following code to your website or blog:

<iframe style=”width: 240px;height:850px;” src=”http://www.tmup.co/widget/ProfilePublicFeed?profileId=20934&width=240&itemCount=5&theme=light“>

…or in WordPress (when iframe-plugin is installed):

[ iframe style=”width: 240px;height:850px;” src=”http://www.tmup.co/widget/ProfilePublicFeed?profileId=20934&width=240&itemCount=5&theme=light”]

EXPLANATION OF CODE PARAMETERS:

  • profileId: profile ID, which is a number. You can find out your own profile ID like this: 1) login to TeamUp and go to your private view by clicking the TeamUp-icon on the top left. 2) Your browser’s address bar will show an address such as http://www.tmup.co/Profile/Userpage/20934, where the last digits are your profile ID. In this case, 20934 refers to our example profile from Michael Waltrip Racing
  • width (optional): widget width in pixels, default: 240
  • itemCount (optional): number of updates, default: 5, max: 20
  • theme (optional): “dark” or “light”, default: “light”
  • culture (optional): in which language the widget texts are shown in, in Finnish (“fi-FI”) or in English (“en-US”), default: “en-US”

Edit the iframe code according to your wishes and then add it to your website. Your TeamUp profile activity will now be shown also to your website visitors!

 …it will look like this:

 

 

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