No, it’s different from a screenshot because the hyperlinks are active.
I’m just saying that, unless a site partners with a company to get access to their API and then integrates that into the embed, it can’t update live. Simply plugging a URL into a site doesn’t grant it access to the API and program it accordingly. Only the hosting company can grant that access and then the company would have to program it to function live.
Yes, that works for Youtube, etc. because they are dynamic. They are designed to update live. They’ve built it into their own embed program. When you get an embed from Youtube, it’s official and from their own embed program.
Embedly, etc. are external programs that aren’t run by Fiverr, so unless Fiverr has partnered with them to grant them access and program things to update live, it won’t happen.
Dynamic embeds are only possible if they are programmed to update live with the API of the company whose data is embedded. Youtube, etc. program their embeds to do this. That’s why they update live.