I admit I’m not an expert when it comes to website development, and I am definitely not a programmer, but in terms of computer parlance, I’ve always understood “embedding” to mean that the asset in question is included directly in the file itself. For example, an “embedded” image in an Adobe Illustrator file is different from a “linked” image, which can reside in some location outside the program. It will display fine as long Illustrator has access to the location of the linked image. But if the linked image is located on my desktop, and I were to send you the Illustrator file, and you opened in on your computer, the program would complain upon opening that a linked asset is missing. If I “embed” the image, that doesn’t happen.
Is that an accurate description of “embedding?”
Whatever it is that you are trying to do I have never needed to do, hence my ignorance. If I were to get a request from a client to do whatever it is, then I would either teach myself, or find someone to teach me (probably @kuligaposten ), or as a last resort, hire someone.
But I do have a pretty good grasp on the basic functionality of the current version of the BSS software, and it cannot embed/import data files.
Perhaps you can use custom code components to put what you want on your page for development purposes, and then delete them before you generate your final files for upload?