Custom code allows you to add various third-party elements, features, and integrations to your website.
Using embed code elements, you can insert custom codes into the
<body></body> part of your website's code. Learn how to insert a code into the
<head></head> part of your website 💡
Within the editor, open the Add elements panel on the left and drag and drop the embed code element to the desired place on your page:
Click on the element to see more options (enter code, duplicate, delete, resize):
Click Enter code, insert your code, and click Embed code:
Finally, update your website for the changes to reflect online.
NOTE: If there is a URL in your custom code:
Make sure to use HTTPS; HTTP links aren’t secure and browsers often block them
Remove spaces from the URL
If you've inserted the correct code and updated the website, but no widget is visible online, try clearing your browser's cache. If that doesn’t help, we highly recommend reaching out to the developers or support department of the platform from which you took the code for the widget.
Atlasmic – live chat, sales acceleration, inbound marketing
Calendly – appointment scheduling
Elfsight – various website widgets
Infogram – infographics, reports, interactive maps
Involve.me – quizzes, surveys, calculators, forms
Jotfrom – contact forms
Lordicon – animations
Powr.io – comment boxes, contact forms, social media feeds
SoundCloud – audio tracks and playlists
Tawk.to – live chat
Tidio – live chat, chatbots
Note that some of the above-mentioned integrations would need to be added to the <head></head> part of your website's code. Developers usually specify that in the integration instructions 💡