I Added My Cards
I’ve added my gamer card and my zune card to my blog, as you can see to the right ->. I figured if I’m going to throw the details of my life out here on a blog, I may as well add ongoing details on my infrequent gaming endeavors as well as my music listening.
If anyone wants to embed their Zune Card or Xbox Live Gamer Card in their own forum posts, signatures, blog entries, or websites…it’s very easy to do. See the details below.
For the Xbox Live Gamer Card, just take a look at this site. Just copy and paste the “iframe” markup and put your own gamertag in there, and viola!
For the Zune Card, it is very similar. First, you must be part of the “social”. For more information on that, see Zune.net. If you have your Zune Social persona set up (usually the same as your gamer tag if you also have an Xbox), you just need to make sure that your profile is public (or no-one can see it). Once you’ve got it all hanging out there, all you have to do is follow a similar procedure as the Gamer Card above. Just copy and paste the following markup to where you want the card to show up. This markup is for the “small” version of the Zune Card.
<div id=”zunecard_small”><embed flashvars=”baseURL=http%3a%2f%2fsocial.zune.net%2fzcard%2fusercardservice.ashx%3fzunetag%3dbillwil%26src%3dmedium&MMplayerType=PlugIn” type=”application/x-shockwave-flash” height=”135″ src=”http://social.zune.net/xweb/lx/swf/zunecardmedium.swf?ver=1190″ bgcolor=”#FFF” id=”flashUserCard” style=”” salign=”tl” width=”250″ wmode=”opaque” name=”flashUserCard”></div>
Remember to change the part that says ‘billwil’ to whatever your Zune Tag is (using %20 for spaces, if you have them), or you will display my Zune Card.