Embed Steps to Justice content on your website
You can embed Steps to Justice content on your website to give your visitors reliable and practical legal information.
Embedding Steps to Justice content lets you:
- Give legal information on common legal problems your clients have
- Keep your content up to date. Whenever we update Steps to Justice content, it's automatically updated on your website
- Combine Steps to Justice content with local information for the communities you serve
- Search feature lets visitors search all Steps to Justice content
- Analytics let you track and collect statistics for embedded content
- Multiple embed options let you choose by topic, size, and colour
- Accessible for people with disabilities
How to get started
Step 1: Explore the content on Steps to Justice
Take a look at Steps to Justice and decide what content you want to embed on your website.
You can embed:
- all legal topics
- a single legal topic such as Housing Law
- a legal sub-topic such as Paying rent
- a single legal question and answer such as How much can my rent go up?
Step 2: Choose the embed size that fits your website
Embeds are available in 2 sizes: full page or sidebar.
The full page embed fits in the main area of a webpage. The links open inside the embed itself, so your visitors stay on your website.
The sidebar embed is smaller and all links open in a new window, taking your visitors to the Steps to Justice website.
Here are previews of the 2 sizes:
|All Topics Embed - Full Page||All Topics Embed - Sidebar|
|Legal Topic Embed - Full Page||Legal Topic Embed - Sidebar|
|Sub-topic Embed - Full Page||Sub-topic Embed - Sidebar|
|Single Question Embed - Full Page||Single Question Embed - Sidebar|
Step 3: Choose the colour option that matches your website
Embeds are available in 2 colour options: full colour (which has the Steps to Justice website colours of blue and yellow) or grey.
Here are previews of the 2 colour options:
|All Topics Embed - Full Colour||All Topics Embed - Grey|
Step 4: Register to get embed instructions
Register your organization's information to get access to the Steps to Justice embed tool. We will email you instructions within 2 business days.
Please note that only government and non-profit organizations in Ontario are able to embed Steps to Justice content.
If you have any questions, or need help, please contact us.
Embedding Steps to Justice Content : A Video Introduction
See examples of our embedded content
CLEO (Community Legal Education Ontario/Éducation juridique communautaire Ontario)
We welcome your feedback on our website. We cannot give legal advice. For questions about a specific legal problem, please contact a lawyer or your local community legal clinic.