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Adding feedback widgets to your website
Adding feedback widgets to your website
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Written by Cory Brown
Updated over a week ago

Adding feedback widgets on your website is now easier than ever! If you know how to copy and paste, you can easily add any feedback widget to your website! πŸ˜‰

How it works

After you've created and customized your feedback widget, click the Get installation code button.

Copy the code provided in the pop-up modal.

Then, paste anywhere that you'd like the widget to display on your website.

Inserting the code on your website or CMS (Content Management System)

Content Management Systems like WordPress make it easy to insert the code on any page or section.

Here's an example of adding the code in an HTML block on a new WordPress page.

Simplesat's website is using the Elementor platform for WordPress. Here's how the code is added in the HTML element.

Every CMS is different. The key is to find some type of HTML/code block to insert the code.

Widget code parts

Note that the widget code contains two parts: an <a> tag and a <script> tag.

<a href="" data-widget-id="wid_60BLEcyoUigaWTCTLO6XMe"></a>
<script id='simplesat-widget-script' src=""></script>

The <script> tag loads all the code necessary to display the widget. The <a> tag identifies which widget to display, and where to display it.

Technically, you only need to add the <script> tag once on your website if you're going to use multiple feedback widgets. The script is the same for all widget types. However, there's no harm in using it multiple times.

If you experience any issues with the feedback widgets or publishing comments, please let us know, and we'll help get everything sorted out for you. πŸ˜„

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