Toonlet releases embed code

Portland-based Toonlet, the tool that will not only have you writing your own comic strips in a matter of seconds but will also have you using ‘toons as a social networking function, has released an embed code for Toonlets you create.

Okay, geek-talk, what exactly does that “embed code” mumbo jumbo mean?

It means that you can now create strips and then easily insert them into Web pages and blog posts.

This will definitely help folks spread the word about the Toonlet service and will likely increase the adoption. Not to mention increase the value of the social networking features built into the tool.

I’m so excited about it, I’m thinking about making Toonlet a regular part of the Silicon Florist. (It’s a little wide, but this is the first release. Relax.)


For more, visit Toonlet.

  1. I figured out how to hack it a little to change the width for my blog. I can show you what I did at the next beer & blog or other event. Basically, I used firebug to figure out what the script was doing, then I copied, pasted, and tweaked!

    Sorry Craig, I think hacking on it technically violates your terms of service, but I tried to keep the spirit (all links back, etc. are intact). BTW, I am NOT a werewolf ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Rajendran,

    Thanks for stopping by.

    As soon as ToonDoo opens an office in the Silicon Forest, I’ll be more than happy to give it a shot. ๐Ÿ˜‰

    Take care,

  3. Hi there,

    While at it, why don’t you try ToonDoo, another (if i may add, equally interesting and capable) online cartoon strip creator platform?
    We do have embed code from Day One, and we also provide easy re-sizing of width and height.


    ToonDude from http://www.jambav.com

  4. Thanks, Toonlet folks!

    Without sounding like one of those spam messages we all receive far too often, if there were a parameter that would allow me to control the length and width of the toonlet, I’d be in great shape.

    And I’m still going to use the embed. Even before you get it fixed. Because I just think it’s cool.

  5. Hi, Mr. Florist!
    Looks like we need to add better layout controls to toonlet, or the embed code, or both! We’ll take a closer look into it, and see if we can’t get you something that works a little better with the layout of your silicon floral arrangement.

    But thanks for using us on Silicon Florist. We sure do like seeing toonlet comics on other sites. It makes us all happy and warm inside.

    (from toonlet)

  6. Hey, that’s pretty fun. I sense a new obsession coming on.

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