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Adding Warmly’s Code Snippet to Your Website
Adding Warmly’s Code Snippet to Your Website

How to add Warmly’s code snippet to your website via Google Tag Manager, Webflow, and Wordpress.

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Written by Maximus Greenwald
Updated over a week ago

Overview

This guide covers three methods to install Warmly's script on your website:

  • Using Google Tag Manager (Recommended Method)

  • Direct Installation on Your Webflow Website

  • Indirect Installation on Your Wordpress Website

Before Getting Started

Before you start, visit the General Settings in your Warmly dashboard to access your unique script tag. Use the 'Copy to clipboard' button to copy the script accurately. This prevents errors, such as adding extra quotation marks, when manually entering the script on your site.


Method 1: How to Install Warmly's Script using Google Tag Manager (Recommended)

Please watch the attached video to see how to add Warmly’s code snippet to your company’s website (both the entire site as well as specific pages). Note that if you only add Warmly’s code snippet to a specific set of your website’s pages, those will be the only pages that Warmly will be able to track website traffic.

Warmly encourages our customers to add Warmly's code snippet to their website via Google Tag Manager or a tag manager equivalent.

Method 2: How to Install Warmly's Script on your Webflow Website

Please watch the attached video to see how to add Warmly’s code snippet to your company’s website (both the entire site as well as specific pages). Note that if you only add Warmly’s code snippet to a specific set of your website’s pages, those will be the only pages that Warmly will be able to track website traffic.

Warmly encourages our customers to add Warmly's code snippet to their website via Google Tag Manager or a tag manager equivalent.


Method 3: How to Install Warmly's Script on Your Wordpress Website

Overview

  • Method 1: Using a Plugin (Recommended for Ease)

  • Copy and Paste the Warmly Script

  • Brief Overview of Alternative Methods

Step 1: Download the Head & Footer Code plugin

Using a plugin is the simplest way for non-technical users to add custom JavaScript, like Warmly’s script, to a WordPress site. We recommend the Head & Footer Code plugin, an easy-to-use tool for adding various scripts and codes to your site.

Download the plugin into your website (instructions can be found here). Access your admin dashboard, proceed to Plugins → Add New, and search for "Head & Footer Code."

After installing and activating the plugin, navigate to its settings under Tools → Head & Footer Code. Here, you'll find separate sections for inserting code into the header, footer, or main body of your site:

Step 2: Copy and Paste the Code

After installing the Head & Footer Code plugin, navigate to Tools → Head & Footer Code in your WordPress dashboard. Here, paste your Warmly script (which you can access on your Warmly dashboard, or, in General Settings) into the Header box:

<script>
// Your Warmly script here
</script>

Remember to click Save Changes. This will load the script on every page of your site.

Pros and Cons of Using a Plugin

Pros:

  • Beginner-friendly and no need to edit theme files.

  • Useful for adding other scripts & custom CSS (Google Analytics, Facebook Pixel)

Cons:

  • Involves installing a third-party plugin.

  • Designed for site-wide changes rather than specific pages.

Alternative Methods (Brief Overview)

  • Editing functions.php File: For those comfortable with code, adding the script via the functions.php file offers more control.

  • Inserting Script in Header: Advanced method using wp_enqueue_script function or wp_head hook for site-wide JavaScript changes.

For detailed steps on these methods, click here.

How to Install Warmly's Script on Other Website Editors



If you're struggling adding Warmly's code snippet to your website, please reach out to our team for assistance!

This video was made by Ryan Beyer, Head of Customer Success. Feel free to reach out at [email protected] with any questions.

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