Before you start, you should read "Should I add the scheduler widget to my website?" to determine if embedding the scheduler is your best option.
Note: This is an advanced feature and requires editing your website's HTML. If you have a web designer, email them the HTML code for the scheduler widget and a link to these instructions.
We also have special guides for a number of website builders.
- Embed Schedulista in your Squarespace site
- Embed Schedulista in your WordPress site with a plugin
- Embed Schedulista in your Jimdo site
- Embed Schedulista in your Shopify online store site
- Embed Schedulista in your Adobe Muse site
Contents in this article:
- Instructions on embedding scheduler
- Embedding scheduler on WordPress.com Business site using HTML
Instructions on embedding scheduler
To embed the scheduler on a website, you'll need to copy the code for the scheduler widget into your web site's HTML.
(1) Go to Settings > Add to your website
(2) Scroll down to the Embed your scheduler in a website (as a widget) section
(3) Copy the HTML code to your clipboard
(4) Paste the code into the HTML of the page of your website where you want the widget to appear
Embedding scheduler on a WordPress.com Business site using HTML
To embed your scheduler on a WordPress.com site using HTML code, you must have a subscription to the WordPress.com Business Plan. HTML code limitations prevent the widget code from working on sites on the Premium, Personal, or Free plans.
On a WP.com Business site, use the HTML text editor for the page where you'd like to embed the scheduler. Then, follow the instructions above.
Note: You can also use this method to embed the scheduler on a WordPress.org site.
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