Noteflight and Wordpress

[Sun, 11 Jul 2010 14:58:22 +0000]
I haven't played around with this yet but in the latest newsletter by the Noteflight [] crew, it seems they've added score integration into Wordpress blogs (like this one): If you're hosting your own WordPress site, Noteflight integrates with WordPress in a couple of exciting ways. First, we now support single-signon between WordPress and Noteflight Learning Edition. This means you can set up a Learning Edition community with Noteflight, and let every user on your WordPress site seamlessly access a matching account on Learning Edition without ever needing to sign in separately. All your WordPress users will also be able to see scores shared within that community. Second, Noteflight supports a nifty standard called OEmbed, that allows you to simply paste a Noteflight score link into WordPress and have the embedded score appear as if by magic. (You have to configure your WordPress site to tell it that this is OK.) When I test this out, I'll post on this topic again. But for now I really just needed to put this on my blog to have a record of this news, given that I'd already forgotten that it was in my email box.


  1. nitin [2017-01-23 14:21:57]

    Hello, If you only need to display notes, obviously embedded an image would work. Do you need other options other than simply showing notes on a staff (i.e. is playback, etc. required)? I found this recent thread that makes it sound like embedding Noteflight will not work on hosted sites but will on self-hosted sites:

  2. TePinto [2017-01-20 21:27:26]

    I know this is old, but it seems it doesn't work anymore... Any suggestion?