New Feature: Embeddable GTN Tutorial Lists and UseGalaxy Workflow List Widgets

Author(s) orcid logoHelena Rasche avatar Helena Rasche
Tester(s) orcid logoWendi Bacon avatar Wendi Bacon
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Posted on: 5 October 2023 purlPURL: https://gxy.io/GTN:N00059

We at the GTN strive to bring you the most fun and fancy features we can in a completely static site! Today we’re addressing the question of Wendi Bacon who needed a solution for keeping her single cell subdomain up-to-date with all the latest happenings in the Single Cell world.

Tutorial List

In order to help her keep her tutorial list updated, we turned every tag on the GTN into an embeddable widget

You can embed a tag by using the url format

<iframe src="https://training.galaxyproject.org/training-material/tags/TAG/embed.html"
  height="300px" width="100%" class="gtn-embed" frameborder="0"></iframe>

UseGalaxy.* Workflow List

We also made a widget for the UseGalaxy.* Workflow List so you can embed the latest and greatest workflows with any given tag/name from any of the UseGalaxy.* servers!

You can embed this workflow listing by using the following code, just swap out your search term!

<iframe src="https://training.galaxyproject.org/training-material/workflows/embed.html?query=circos"
  height="300px" width="100%" class="gtn-embed" frameborder="0"></iframe>

If you have any ideas for new features or improvements, please open an issue on GitHub


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