Musecore player to embed in webpage

• Nov 1, 2016 - 01:50

I would like the ability to embed my scores in my own website pages. With Noteflight, which offers a similar online service for streaming scores, there is an option to copy and paste the url of the player into one's own webpage, using iframe. What is the possibility of offering a similar option, at least for the subscribed, pro version of Musescore.



Go to any score on, click "Share" and copy the HTML embed code and paste it in your website's source file.

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In reply to by shoogle

Great News!! Some how I missed that.

I love the open-source aspect of Musescore, so I much prefer to support it over Noteflight. I am upgrading my Musescore plan today.

Being able to embed a music score player in a webpage is a major feature which is not well advertised on the site. There is no mention of it on the plan page (see I suggest add this feature to the list.



In reply to by Alex Shen1

Well, to be clear: there is no "desktop version" versus any other, there is only a desktop version. The way to create an embedded widget is to use MuseScore on your desktop to create the score, then upload it to to create the widget, then use the embed feature. In other words, it's not either/or, it's both.

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