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Adding a website button to your website or blog is a simple and effective way to lead your website visitors to your Fullscript dispensary! When selected, clients will be redirected to your Landing page where they can log in or create a new account. Once signed in, they'll have access to any products in their personalized recommendations as well as your Catalog. Because of this, we recommend you review your Product Catalog Permissions before adding a button to your website.
Adding a Website Button to Your Website
A number of variations of website buttons are available for your website. To find a code to add to your website:
- From the dispensary menu, select Dispensary Settings
- Go to the Website Buttons tab
- Copy the code of the button you would like added to your website.
- From your website builder, determine where you would like the button to appear, and edit the page to add the code. See walkthroughs for Squarespace, WordPress, and Wix below!
- Preview, then publish away!
Navigating to Website Buttons in your Fullscript account.
Tip! If someone else will be adding the code to your website on your behalf, simply follow the steps above to copy the embed code of the button of your choice and send it to them. This is all they will need from your account to add the button successfully.
Not familiar with coding? Not to worry, here are some tips!
- Use the support resources from your website builder's help centers (ie. (Wix, Wordpress, Squarespace, etc.)
- Try reaching out to your website builder's support team!
- Consider reaching out to a web development expert for assistance.
Note: We've provided general walkthroughs on how to add code for some popularly used website and blog builders below.
Tips for Squarespace
Squarespace uses code blocks to add custom code to a page, blog post, sidebar, footer, or other content area. For additional information from Squarespace, see their support content on Code Blocks .
To add Code Block to an existing page and add a website button:
- From your website's homepage, click on Pages then select the page where you want your website button to be placed.
- Hover over the area where you want to add the code block and click Edit.
- Now click the + button in the corner to open the block menu.
- Search and select Code.
- Paste the website button code and select Apply.
- Preview your changes, and Publish when ready!
Adding a website button to a Squarespace website.
Tip! When using a Code Block, select HTML or Markdown in the drop-down menu.
Tips for WordPress
WordPress shares a few ways of editing HTML of a page or post, depending on the type of WordPress editor you are using. In this explanation, we'll be focusing on how to use their new editor. For more information, see the Beginning HTML article from WordPress.
To add a website button by editing blocks as HTML in WordPress:
- From your website, navigate to Pages within the site drop-down on the left hand side of the page.
- Select the page where you would like to feature a website button.
- Click on a specific block in the editor where you would like the website button to be displayed.
- Click on the menu (three dots) at the top of the block, and select Edit as HTML.
- To switch back to the visual editor and preview the button, select the menu again, then click Edit visually.
Adding a website button to a WordPress website.
Tip! Those with a thorough understanding of HTML may choose to edit the HTML directly in the Code Editor. For more information, see the Advanced HTML support article provided by the WordPress support team.
Tips for Wix
With Wix, HTML content can be displayed using their HTML iFrames option. iFrames can be added to any page of your website, so you can add a Fullscript website button almost anywhere you'd like!
To display a website button in an HTML iFrame:
- While editing your site, click Add from the editor toolbar.
- Select More
- Click Embeds
- Click HTML iFrame, or drag it onto the page.
- Paste the embed code of your Fullscript website button.
- Preview your changes, and publish when ready!
Adding a website button to a Wix website.
Tip! For more information, see the Using iFrames to Display Visible Content support article from Wix.