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I'm looking for a way to embed a Stack Overflow answer into my blog, as I embed my JSfiddle into a blog.

Is there an API to embed Stack Overflow's answers or questions?


Edit: the JSfiddle syntaxe to embed a fiddle is as easy as the single line :

<iframe src="http://jsfiddle.net/F26ur/embedded/result,js,html,css/" 
style="height: 300px; width: 100%;">

StackTack needs 12 lines of code.

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Embedded I don't know but: stackapps.com/about – cheesemacfly Apr 1 '13 at 18:20
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Even better: stackapps.com/questions/518/… – cheesemacfly Apr 1 '13 at 18:22

Just use StackTack, which is the highest upvoted application on StackApps.com. Looks like there's also a WordPress plugin for it (assuming you use WordPress).

Here is a screenshot of it in action:

Screenshot

Edit: Looks like someone in the comments cheesemacfly beat me to it.

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What if we no use WordPrez – Cole Johnson Apr 1 '13 at 21:57
    
@ColeJohnson Then use the Javascript thing. I was saying there's also a WordPress plugin for it. – Piccolo Apr 1 '13 at 21:58
    
Whoops. Didn't read fully... – Cole Johnson Apr 1 '13 at 22:00
    
Am I wrong or it needs 12 lines of code ? Not really a shortcut. – Hugolpz Apr 2 '13 at 22:16
    
You are wrong. You already have a head part of your code, may or may not already use jQuery (if you do, you don't need that line), and you already have a <body> All you need to do is add this to your <head>: <script src="http://app.stacktack.com/jquery.stacktack.min.js"></script><script>$(docume‌​nt).ready(function(){$(document).stacktack();});</script> and then add this where you want it: <div id="stacktack-518021"></div> It really isn't that much, and as I said, there is a WordPress plugin for it if that's what you use. The only other way short of writing your own script is an iframe – Piccolo Apr 3 '13 at 2:05
    
@Hugolpz If that's too long for you to embed on a page, then don't embed it. It's the best there is. – Piccolo Apr 3 '13 at 2:07

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