How to Embed Haiku Decks on WordPress and Other Blogs

We are thrilled to hear how many of you want to share your Haiku Deck creations on your own personal and professional blogs. Decks are a great addition to any blog post, be it to better illustrate a topic or event, to add some visual flare to a project, or just to spread some Haiku Deck love. Embedding any published deck from your gallery on the website is simple.

Here’s a deck we put together with the steps you’ll want to follow to embed your one of your decks on your blog or website:

If you run into trouble or want more details, you can check out our user guide article about embedding, which includes a link at the bottom to our embed troubleshooting article at the bottom.

When you publish your post, the code you pasted will magically transform into your deck for all your viewers to click through and view, just like this one:

The Visual Gems Of Haiku Deck – Created with Haiku Deck, presentation software that inspires;

Now, get blogging!



  1. Shalini Bahl, PhD

    September 11, 2013 at 11:06 am

    I am trying to embed my presentation in a Ning site and only the link is showing. Any advice? Thanks!

    • Hi Shalini, sorry we didn’t see your comment until now! Did you end up getting the embed to work? Let us know!

      • Hi,

        I have the same problem – link only showing. I have installed the Haiku plugin – this does not appear to have any settings or any clear way of using it.

        Am I missing something obvious here?



        • Hi Mike! So sorry for the trouble – you’re not missing anything. This article was a bit out of date, so we’ve just updated it with accurate information. You’ll want to copy the full HTML code into the ‘text’ tab in your post editor on WordPress. For more info, check out our article here:

          You can also submit a troubleshooting ticket to us from that site with a link in the top right, so drop us a line if you continue to have any trouble! We’re always happy to help.

          • Thanks for your response – I managed to get this to work by using iFrame. However, this then exposes another drawback – a deck is not responsive – so on mobiles the site is a bit of a mess.

            I worked round this by exporting to Powerpoint (urgh!) – then exporting slides as images). I then setup up a slider on my site (in this instance, using Revolution slider) – hey presto, a responsive deck.



          • Aha! I was already chatting with you over email, then. Kudos for your creative workaround talents, and hopefully we should be able to develop more mobile-friendly iFrame code in the near future. 🙂

          • Good stuff. Keep up the excellent work! Just voted Haiku as best creative app. 🙂

          • Thank you so much! #Hai5

  2. Hi, the method discussed in the comments section doesn’t seem to work for me either. The embed tags and link just come out as text on my WordPress post. Is there anything else I should have done?

    • Hey Elea,

      So sorry for the delayed response! The first thing I’d check is whether or not you have a self-hosted WordPress blog. One easy way to check this is to see if you have the “Plugins” option on the left toolbar in WordPress. If not, then your embedding will be much more restricted. 🙁 If you do have a self-hosted blog though, check out the troubleshooting article below, and click the “Submit a Request” link at the top of that page if it still doesn’t help. We’d love to get this working for you!

      • No worries, Erin!

        Thanks for clearing this up – I actually DON’T have a self-hosted WordPress blog at the moment (but I’m trying to remedy that). This explains things.

        Again, thank you for being so helpful 🙂


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