About 6 months ago, we have a post talking about embeding izuz.net web IMs into other websites. At that time, we did not use the name “WeBuzz.IM” and did not make http://webuzz.im/ as the primary service site. And now we would like to update this kind of information for developers:
To embed WeBuzz.IM in your website is very simple, just add a SCRIPT element with src=”http://webuzz.im/im.js” into your HTML pages:
Someone have reported that “http://webuzz.im/” may not be accessible in some country/network, you may replace http://webuzz.im/im.js with
We will synchronize these scripts when we make updates.
We DO NOT recommend you to copy this im.js to your website and load your copy. As you may get out of date and WeBuzz.IM in your website may not be working. But if you do insist doing so, you can follow WeBuzz.IM @ http://twitter.com/webuzzim and subscribe this blog feed for latest updates and synchronize your im.js.
If you embedding WeBuzz.IM under URL with words “gtalk”, “msnlive”, “ymessenger” or “aim”, the specific messenger will be launched automatically when the page is loaded. For example, page http://###.###.com/gtalk.html will launch Google Talk automatically.
And we would like to hear your feedback and feature requests on integrating WeBuzz.IM into your websites. It would be kind for you to send us an email telling us that you are embedding WeBuzz.IM in your websites. We may link to you or notify you for our updates.