An easy way to embed a Mapillary sequence anywhere on the web is via using an embed code that you simply paste into your blog or website HTML. You can get the embed code (called an iframe) by clicking on the Share icon at the right side of the Mapillary web app. You can choose whether you want to display only the images or a map as well. Note that any filters that you have applied to your current view will also be included in the embed code.
For example, for using the following code in your HTML:
<iframe width="640" height="480" src="https://embed-v1.mapillary.com/embed?version=1&filter=%5B%22all%22,%5B%22in%22,%22userKey%22,%226YUnfOfXTPAj9AzPeuYRog%22%5D%5D&map_filter=%5B%22all%22,%5B%22in%22,%22userkey%22,%226YUnfOfXTPAj9AzPeuYRog%22%5D%5D&map_style=mapbox_streets&image_key=VsBzlrQCt_KltXA1zSXUaA&x=0.5000000000000012&y=0.49999999999999983&client_id=LUxmM1dLdzhHNVRXTDhyVkJyOUZyZzpkMGJhNGY4NWMzMjQ0MjJi&style=photo" frameborder="0"></iframe>
You will get this:
If you’re looking for more elaborate ways for embedding Mapillary sequences, see the developer documentation for MapillaryJS.