Deck Embedding on external websites

There are many MTG websites and blogs centered around writing articles, as many have discovered it can be quite a hassle to make decklists. Not only do you have to include the text but if you want it to be easy for your viewers you also have to include the card image and this usually involves some heavy scripting. AetherHub makes this easy for you by making it very easy to embed any public deck, we also take this a step further with or Legality engine and the opportunity to earn revenue from the TCGplayer program!

Like we do with Twitch and Youtube Content creators we offer websites/blogs the opportunity to embed their TCGplayer Affiliate Id on their users giving them the ability to earn 100% of the referral sales from their decks. This also works on decks embedded on other websites! It is important to note that the decks you embed have to be tied to your own user if you embed decks that are from other Content Creators or any other users on AetherHub you will not earn any affiliate sales.

For more information on the Content Creator program click here. As a blog/website owner we can help you get onboarded with TCGPlayer if you have not done so yourself already. If you already are a TCGplayer affiliate we only need your affiliate code/id.

You can find the embedding option on all public decks on Aetherhub under the Export panel. Below is a short guide on the syntax and how to optimize the embedding.

How to embed

Copy the text below to embed the deck on your webpage. The code can be pasted wherever you want it to show up, we use simple Iframe code to embed. In addition, there are some extra options available like height adjustments and dark/light mode.

If the deck is illegal the format text will become red text and an (Illegal) text is displayed instead of a price tag. Hovering over cards will display an image and clicking it it will bring the user to the TCGplayer store. If the user is a TCGPlayer affiliate and a content creator it will use that users affiliate code

The height should be adjusted according to what kind of deck you are showing, decks without sideboard don't require much height while Commander decks take up a lot of vertical space. Use the radio buttons to adjust the embedding code. If you do not define enough length, a scrollbar will be automatically added.

Full documentation can be found here: Deck Embedding on external websites

Examples

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