How To Share Your Charts and Infographics


To publish, click the button in the upper right-hand corner. You’ll be prompted to choose whether you want your project to be published privately or publicly. Here you can also add a project description that will appear as a caption to the project URL.


Use the URL link to open the project in a new tab on your browser. Share it with people you wish to access and engage with the interactive version of your project.

You can also embed working, interactive charts right into your web page – simply copy-paste any of the codes into the HTML editor of your website to integrate the charts right into your content. Try out which code works with your CMS, as some systems don’t support one or the other type of script:

Responsive: The size of the embedded image will change according to the viewer’s device so your charts will always look good on desktop and on mobile.

Async: The size of the image will adjust to its container. If the container is responsive, so will the chart.

Fixed: The image will always be the same size, and it may not render correctly on mobile.

WordPress: We have developed a plugin that makes it very easy to embed charts on any self-hosted WordPress site. Download the plugin here. For more information and guidance on how to download the WordPress plugin for Infogram, please check out this blog article: https://infogram.com/blog/new-infogram-wordpress-plugin/.

Private sharing is great for internal projects, like reports. Publish your file privately and your project would not be indexed by search engines. Only viewers you have shared the file with will be able to access this URL link. Set up a password to provide an extra layer of security. Private sharing disables social media sharing, but you can still share your charts via email or embed them on an internal site.

You can share and embed your project in interactive mode or as a static image. Interactive charts are great for embedding on websites, blogs or wherever you can add source code. Static images work everywhere else.