So you’ve got your Google Street View tour and you’re ready to put it to good use on your website! Here’s a handy guide to embedding you new 360 degree tour so all your website users can view it.

First of all head to and type in your business name to find your business listing.

On the side bar you’ll see some photos. Click on these to load the gallery view.

Now scroll down the side bar to select a photo which has a 360 degree view icon on it, like you see in the bottom left of the photo on display here.

Firstly position yourself in the tour exactly how you want, as this is how the tour will display when it loads on your page. Most tours have a natural start point, such as the front door, or a reception area. Now simply head to the top right and click on the three dots, and click on ’Share or Embed Image’.

This will bring up an embed dialog which will generate a HTML code for you to copy onto your web designer. All you need to do is select the ‘Embed Image’ function, and click on the drop down to select which size you’d like it embedded at. Finally simply copy the HTML code in to your web design software, and it will display exactly as you set it to.

If you have any issues with embedding your tour just give our customer services a team a call on 01234 889785, and a member of the team will be happy to help.

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