How To Embed And Share Chess.com Media
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How To Embed And Share Chess.com Media‎

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Are you looking for an easy way to add chess content to your website, blog, or social media account? Chess.com has a variety of tools you can use to easily embed chess games, puzzles, streams, diagrams, and more!

In this short guide, we show you how to easily find and use these tools.

Daily Puzzle

Thousands of users solve the Chess.com daily puzzle every day, and you can add it to your website or blog with the following simple embed code:

<iframe src="https://www.chess.com/daily_puzzle" style="width: 400px; height: 450px;"></iframe>

Embed Streams

Much like the daily puzzle, official Chess.com streams can be easily embedded using the "share" option on our Twitch channel and on archived Twitch videos. Just add the embed code to your website or blog.

Embed Games, Puzzles

Probably the most advanced and little used feature here is the group of "Embed" options in our "share" modal. The embed tab allows you to easily add any game from Chess.com to your website. You can also create your own games and annotations at Chess.com/analysis.

Additionally, you can customize the chessboard and piece set, coordinates, and options to present the embed as a puzzle.

GIFs

GIFs are incredibly easy and popular ways to share chess games, especially on social media. You can easily make and share GIFs in two places on Chess.com—the "share" modal for games and chess.com/gifs.

To access GIFs with the "share" modal, just use the highlighted share button and "Download" the GIF from the "Animated GIF" tab once it's ready.

Creating your own GIFs from any PGN is simple! Go to Chess.com/gifs and paste in a PGN. Then click "Create GIF" once you've selected your preferred options. The GIF will now open in a new tab, and you can right-click to download it.

Diagrams

A diagram image can be accessed and downloaded for any position from the "share" modal. Just open the share modal when looking at any game or chess position, and "Download" the diagram from the "Image" tab.

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