Embed Zoom into Website

Hi, we have been trying to integrate the Zoom SDK onto our platform for our users to directly post Zoom meetings. After a round of internal testing our users gave the following feedback:

  1. If the host shares their screen, this pop-up for adjusting the size is impossible to move and thus covers part of the screen
  2. When the host is sharing their screen, their video on the upper right gets shaded by the box with another participants’ name thus making their video less visible.

  1. In Chat, you cannot specify who to send messages to(the dropup says “Everyone” is not responsive)

  2. On iPhone(Safari) the join computer audio option does not display(resulting users not being able to use audio)

You guys should really just support iframe because not everyone can install your SDK client 🤦


Hi there, i would like to embed zoom video conferencing on a simple HTML webpage within my domain name. is there any tutorial on how to make it work for newbies? Can someone help please. Is this for free or do you have to pay in order to embed zoom video conferencing on a simple HTML webpage within my domain name?

Hey @pavel.p,

What do you mean by this?

You can just host the static files, no need to run npm start.


Hey @itamarg, @pensarajustica, @tmedal007,

We are exploring an embeddable Web SDK that can be used with an iFrame embed.

We don’t have a timeline, but you can stay updated here: https://marketplace.zoom.us/docs/changelog


Hey @leadership,

Please follow the Web SDK quick start guide:


Hey @linsoa, @woodbleak,

Please post this on a new thread and we will be happy to help. :slight_smile:


Hey @jens.troeger,

The Web SDK and Web Client use WebAssembly.

You can see our browser support here:

The Web SDK can be served via static web hosting as well. No need to have the port.


Hi @tommy

And does the WebAssembly implementation use the WebRTC protocol, or does it implement a custom data transfer protocol? See the article I referenced.

And I assume that the browser support is limited by all these browsers and how they give access to the host’s devices (see the MediaDevices interface)? (How could it be different anyway.)

The question was about the Zoom client’s ports that it uses when establishing connections, not how I can install it.


Hi dear Tommy,

Many thanks for this update! Much appreciate


Is there a way to hide that marked option from the attached image? I already managed to remove the option to invite with showInviteFunction but the one in the image does not.
I’ve tried showMeetingHeader but it doesn’t seem like the one I’m looking for

Help me please

Happy to help @pensarajustica! :slight_smile:


Hey @juanca2626,

There is no built in way to hide it, but you can hide it via CSS or JS.


Hey @jens.troeger,

Hey @Michael_Purnell, can you chime in here?


Are you referring to the Zoom Client or Zoom Web SDK? For Zoom Client questions, please reach out to support.zoom.us.


sir I want to join meeting without going through name and capcha authentication from my browser…is there any way now?

how to start a webinar through the web SDK?

Thanks for the update Tommy!

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Happy to help @itamarg! :slight_smile:


Hey @fernando.moobi,

Currently you cannot start a Webinar through the Web SDK. You can only have attendees join a webinar.