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Display your quiz on a blank page
Riddle’s quiz maker comes with a wide range of publishing options – you can embed your quiz into WordPress, HubSpot, or any other CMS. However, sometimes you might want to publish your quiz on a completely blank page for maximum visual impact- without website header, menu, or footer.
If you’re publishing pages directly to your own site, here’s how you can do it:
1: Open a text editor and paste the following code:
<meta name=”viewport” content=”width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0″>
<body bgcolor=”#000000″> Insert embed code here</body>
2. Replace “Insert embed code here” with the embed code from your Riddle quiz unit.
3. Replace 000000 with the hex code of the background color of your Riddle (Grab the code from the ‘style’ tab on the customize step)
4. Name and save the file either index.html or index.php.
5. Create a folder on your server and upload the file to the folder.
6. Go to yourdomain.com/foldername/ and you should now be able to see your Riddle.