Broadcast a webinar on your own website

In tariffs with performance features, you have the option of embedding the webinar room on your own website via iFrame. This allows the entire webinar experience of your participants to take place on your own domain - from the landing page to the thank you page to the webinar itself.

I) Set up the webinar on your own website

1. In Webinaris, open the webinar you want to broadcast on your website.

2. open the "Publish" menu

3. copy the embed code from the "Webinar Room Embed Code" section


4. insert the webinar room embed code on your website

The embedding code is a so-called iFrame code, which can be processed by any common website construction kit. As a rule, a container, field, box or similar with the following or similar designation is available for integration:

  • HTML
  • HTML-Code
  • Code
  • iFrame

If you can't find the right element, in most cases a Google search for e.g. "Insert Jimdoo iframe" is worthwhile (where "Jimdoo" should be replaced by your website construction kit).

Important: Due to the Webinaris server structure, there is no technical participant limit for webinar participants. This means that, in principle, any number of participants can attend your webinar without any problems. However, this only applies to the Webinaris structures. As soon as you embed the webinar room on your own website, you have to make sure that your own website server is also designed for the respective simultaneous number of visitors. So you may have 10,000 concurrent webinar attendees (which isn't a problem with Webinaris), but then your own website crashes under the load because it isn't designed for that many attendees. Webinaris has no influence on this. We therefore recommend that you consult your website provider beforehand.

5. Open the menu "General" -> "Settings" in Webinaris.

 6. At the bottom, you will find the section "Webinar on your own website". Please enter the URL where you inserted the embed code here. This will automatically adjust all Webinar room links in Webinaris. 


7. Test everything. Since it can be more or less easy to implement everything properly and the function is not in our hands, it is important that you test thoroughly to avoid problems with your participants. 

II) Note for display on mobile devices

The functionality of your webinars is slightly limited for technical reasons. In particular, this means that the following elements do not work or are not displayed:

  • Chat
  • Viewer list
  • Downloads
  • Tracking-Features
  • Polls
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