Updated 25/04/2018 – don’t work anymore with single pages. See below for alternative.
You can embed a note into a web page (or blog), providing your CMS supports iFrame, like in this example below :
Simply get the link of the page you want to embed into OneNote UWP (share), and encapsulate your URL into the following html code snippet :
<iframe width=”560” height=”315” src=”your link” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen=”allowfullscreen”></iframe>
Thanks to Marjolein Hoekstra for sharing this trick, and taking time to work it out for me !
This meant a lot to me, because when we discovered it wouldn’t work on my wordpress.com environment, after a minute of disapointment, I started considering moving to wordpress.org (hosted in Azure), which was a worthwhile endeavour.
Marjolein managed to discover every detail of this feature, and make sence of the underlying limitations, and posted three separate articles :
- embedding a view-only OneNote page
- embedding a live-updated, publicly editable OneNote page?
- Embedding a full OneNote notebook from OneDrive for Business
Since January 2018, the note appears in a window with the navigation pane on the left : to remove it, in order to enlarge the note’ area and take advantage of the screen’ width, click on the hamburger menu :
and then on the following command (navigation pane icon) :
Finally, check the last option in the drop down menu (“Hide All”) :