How to embed a flip book into Blogger

By |Published On: February 25th, 2013|Categories: Tutorials|

Hello there!
Today I’ll teach you how you can embed a flip book in your Blogger website. Your visitors will be able to turn he pages and read your flipbook directly from your blog. It will look just like the flipbook widget you see at the end of this post. Embedding is the easiest thing ever, with Flipsnack and Blogger!

First, you need to go to Flipsnack and make your flip book.

  1. Log in to Flipsnack. You can sign in with Facebook, Twitter or your email. You can set up an account in under 2 minutes (if you haven’t got one already). And it’s free!
  2. Click “Create new” in menu or  “Upload your PDF files” button.
  3. Upload the PDF files you want in your flipbook
  4. Add some links and buttons in your flipbook. You can also customize your flipbook’s size, background color, make the PDF downloadable and so on. There are lots of cool settings.
  5. Click Publish. Copy the embed code.

Next, go to Blogger.
1. Log in and click “New post”.

2. Write your text (skip this if you want the flip book alone on your post).
3. Click “HTML” and paste the embed code provided by Flipsnack.

4. Check the “Preview” to make sure everything looks just the way you want, and then “Publish“.

Here’s an embedded flipbook, which will give you an idea of what an embed is and how it will work on your Blogger blog:

Tip: All the changes you’ll make later to your flipbook will automatically show on Blogger. You won’t need to copy the code again.

Go to and start a flipbook yourself!


  1. GringoWoodworker March 23, 2015 at 9:36 pm - Reply

    I had to select https under embedded to get my flipbook to show up in blogger.

  2. Rana Faizan April 26, 2015 at 2:40 pm - Reply

    This Post is very helpful for me and all peoples :) I Really thankful to you
    and i also applied this way on my blog :)
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  3. Anh Rosso April 27, 2016 at 10:43 am - Reply

    Invaluable post ! I loved the insight , Does someone know if my business might get a blank IRS 4797 version to use ?

  4. tony baum May 21, 2016 at 7:11 am - Reply

    @Anh Rosso Hi Anh, my work colleague saw a sample IRS 4797 version with this link

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