If you’re looking to customize the look of your embed player you’re in the right place! The Acast embed player gives you plenty of options to make it truly yours. Read on to find out how to customize the embed player for your shows or specific episodes.

Show Embed Player

1. Sign into Acast and select the show you want to embed.

2. Click the Embed Player button in the show overview to open the customization modal.

TIP: Any changes you make will be immediately reflected in the preview panel to the right.

3. In General settings you will be able to change the layout. This is where you decide if you'd like to display a single episode or create a preview of multiple episodes.

4. Additionally, you can decide in which order (latest or earliest) you want your episodes to display when using the show embed player.

5. Player size lets you select if you want to display from 3 to up to 10 episodes. Please note, any embed player displaying episodes at the show level will update as you release new episodes.

6. The Style section is where you can customize the color schemes and fonts of your player. You can choose from several preset theme options, or If you want to match the embed player against your website, you may change your theme to "Custom" from the drop-down menu. This allows you to choose color codes and hundreds of Google fonts.

7. Advanced settings allow you to hide the Follow link within the player, simply toggle this on or off.

8. Lastly, at the bottom you will see the embedding options to help you place your player on websites and social media once you have configured it. You’re all set now!


Episode Embed Player

1. Sign into Acast and select the show, then the episode you want to embed.

2. Click Embed Player in the episode overview to open the customization modal.

3. In General settings you will be able to change the layout. You can choose between slim, medium and large layouts. You can also pic a custom height for your embed player in this section.

4. The Style section allows you to pick from a couple of presets and custom fonts. If you want to match the embed player against your website, simply make use of the custom theme and text color.

5. Advanced settings allow you to hide the Follow link within the player, simply toggle this on or off.

6. Lastly, at the bottom you will see several embedding options to help you place your player on websites and social media once you have configured it. You’re all set now!


See here for additional help articles for embedding with SquareSpace or Wordpress.

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