How To Embed Pinterest Pins with WordPress – Step by Step Pinterest Tutorial // Pinterest is a social network that allows users to visually share, and discover new interests by posting (known as ‘pinning’ on Pinterest) images or videos to their own or others’ boards (i.e. a collection of ‘pins,’ usually with a common theme) and browsing what other users have pinned.

Here is the CODE I reference in the video:

*you can’t use angle brackets in Youtube descriptions so make sure to put angle brackets before div and after none,” then before and after the /div

div style=”display: none;”
Put your image code here

Using a visual orientation, the social network is very much focused on the concept of a person’s lifestyle, allowing you to share your tastes and interests with others and discovering those of likeminded people. The social network’s goal is to “connect everyone in the world through the ‘things’ they find interesting.” Users can either upload images from their computer or pin things they find on the web using the Pinterest bookmarklet.

As with most other social networks, users can perform standard social networking functions such as following the boards of their friends, liking and commenting on other users’ pins, re-pinning content to their own boards, sharing others’ pins on Facebook and Twitter or via email, and even embedding individual pins on their website or blog.

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    9 replies to "How To Embed Pinterest Pins with WordPress – Step by Step Pinterest Tutorial"

    • Desiree Martinez

      Here is the code to use in WordPress to hide your Pinterest image:
      <div style="display: none;">
      Put your image code here

    • Ree N

      What if I created my blog, used the same photo to post on Pinterest then added a link to the blog? Does that do the same thing. Also, why’d you do it that way. Please advise

    • Rahul Tickoo

      This is just bad coding. We should never use inline CSS as you showed. Instead we should add CSS in an external stylesheet or in custom CSS. Secondly, there is no need to create an extra div to hide the image. We can hide it by simply adding display: none; to the image class. Adding div tag adds an extra div element to html which slows down the website. BTW, div means division and it is used to create a separate container in html.

    • Richard Wilde

      I love the intro to this video… awesome stuff!

    • A Branch of Holly

      This was a great tutorial, thanks so much for this!

    • Leah Mertes

      SO helpful but you didnt include the code in the description! Can you please update it 🙂

    • Vered Berkovich

      Can't stress enough how seo is important for your business success!
      For those who are still struggling with DESIGNING PINS – I'm runing a gig in Fiverr:

    • Josh McLaglen

      I was looking for a decent tool to automate my Pinterest account and I’ve researched a lot and then I found remarkably perfect as it fulfills every aspect for what I wished an automated Pinterest tool should have. It is a very simple tool i.e. quick and easy to setup tool for providing undoubtedly the best results without investing much time. The bot does it all, just tell the bot what to do and leave the rest to the PinPinterest and relax. PinPinterest will post it to your account at the right time for the maximum positive results.

    • Michelle Lewis6

      Beautiful''' take over 15,000 traffic for 3$ by adding that country

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