If you are looking for a way of publishing live chats, blogging, Q&A’s and events, you can use dilmot.com.
It is very simple to use. You just have to create an account in dilmot.com. In Dilmot we call “stream” to the live session that is going to be published. This stream can be included in your website like a live feed. So you just have to create a stream for the event you want to cover live, whether it is a Q&A, broadcasting a football match, etc. You may insert this stream in your blog or web, with a simple iframe code that you can put in your webpage. This works in a similar fashion to inserting a live YouTube video.
In the following image you can see the area in the application where you can get the code that you can use to insert your web.
Page where you obtain the code to embed the chat inside your web
In the following image you can see how the live stream will show embedded into an on-line newspaper such as Elconfidencial.com
Y en la siguiente imagen puedes ver como queda insertado el encuentro digital dentro de un diario on-line como El Confidencial.
Encuentro digital de Carlos Doblado en El Confidencial
Enter a YouTube video url. There are 3 ways of inserting the YouTube video:
1) The url in the browser url box:
2) The url given in the YouTube “share” option:
3) The embed code given in the YouTube “embed” option:
<iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/me6BgmeTH3k" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
The final result will be something like this, in the backend:
Embed a YouTube video in a live Q&A or liveblogging session with Dilmot.com
Now you can select the best layout that fits your needs in order to embed the live Q&A chat made with Dilmot. An image speaks for a thousand words, so we will just put the screenshot:
Customize the Q&A header you embed in your site with Dilmot
This option is available as a default at account level, but also is a customizable item for each one of the streams separately.
Each day we see how our clients are using our QnA webapp in different ways. In this case, the non-profit foundation Fundación Carolina has prepared their public QnA box with Dilmot. You can see the screenshot below:
Public consultation page made with Dilmot.com
This is a simple way of adding to your webpage a simple form to send and receive questions and answer them to the public. The public QnA box can be embedded into your web with a simple iframe. In order to know more about Dilmot possibilities you can read:
We are releasing a new feature today for Dilmot.
You asked for it: Is it possible to embed a video in an iframe inside an answer or comment in Dilmot?
Yes, you can just copy the iframe code, for example, in YouTube, like this:
Pick up the embed code from YouTube video > Share > Embed option
And paste it into the answer or comment in the panel of your Dilmot Q&A stream:
You can now embed a video inside an answer or comment within the Dilmot panel
This example for YouTube would equally apply to other providers such as Ustream or Livestream.
Any further questions? Please have a look at the manual here: http://blog.dilmot.com/instructions-manual-for-the-administrator-moderator-of-a-dilmot-qa-stream/
Get in touch with us if you need further help