This is a tutorial on how to install a widget on a basic web page, no install is exactly the same due to the fact that all web pages are different. You are able to install a widget as long as you can copy and paste the embed code into the body tag of code for your website file.


1) Start by creating a request or display reviews widget. Please see the two sections about how to do so above.


2) Copy the code of the widget using the keyboard shortcut for copy. For Windows this is CTRL+C, for Mac this is CMD+C. You can also right-click on the code and select "Copy" from the dropdown menu. 


3) Access the CPanel or Host account of the web page where you would like to install the code and open the File Manager. 


4) Select "public_html" 


5) Select the "index.html" file or whatever file that contains the main code for your website. Then select "Edit" from the top bar to alter the file. An edit formatting info box will appear, click "Edit"


6) Find the <body> </body> tags. These may be presented as <body class=.......> or other words following <body..> this is still where you will need to paste the code.


7) If you are using a fixed widget, then skip this step and go to 8 instead. Paste the code at the end of the body tag, after the <body> but before the </body> tag. 


8) Skip this step if using a floating widget. If you are using a fixed widget, you will need to paste the code where you would like to widget to present itself on the web page. For this example, I wanted the widget to appear after <p> More Text...</p> but before the next section.


9) Make sure to "Save Changes", then navigate to your website to see your newly added widget! 

Please Note Certain widgets will appear as the small bar widget on mobile devices. This is to maintain visibility as certain sizes/shapes are not optimized for mobile viewing.