Installing popup widgets to WordPress

Installing a popup from Trustmary to your website by using WordPress' default editor.


Last Update 5 months ago

Installing widgets with the Trustmary plugin

Installing with your script and embed code

First, you need to find the popup script. Start by navigating to the Widgets section in Trustmary, and selecting a popup. 

If you don't have a popup yet, find one in the categories at the top and click Create this widget

Now that you're in the widget editor, click the Add to website button and and copy the code snippet under Install Trustmary tag by clicking the Copy code button.

You can also see instructions for some of the most popular platforms below the code.

Installing script directly to WordPress

The most simple way of installing the widget script onto your WordPress site, is through a plugin that let's you edit the code in your header and footer. We've used WPCode with good results, but you can use whichever works for you the best.

For instructions on how to install plugins, see the video below.

After the plugin is installed, simply paste the Trustmary tag you've retrieved from the app into the Header code text box in the plugin settings and click Save changes.

Installing script with Google Tag Manager

Alternatively, you can install the script through Google Tag Manager. In fact, we recommend this approach, as the popups trigger more reliably when installed in this manner.

Follow our guide here on how to install the script.

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