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How do I customize the location of my widget?
How do I customize the location of my widget?

Customize where your widgets appear under the location tab.

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Written by Jameela G
Updated over a week ago

๐Ÿ“ Note: Virtually everything on a widget is customizable.

If you're wondering if it can be done, the answer is probably "yes" - it just depends on your skill level. Please ask our team for help if you get stuck!

There are 3 ways to decide where your widget should show on your pages with Fera:

  1. Automatic

  2. Point & Click

  3. HTML Tag

1. Automatic Integration

Automatic integration is the default location chooser mode.

This is the easiest way to integrate; however, it may not be available for highly customized themes and stores.

With this mode, Fera automatically chooses where to place the widget on your page.

If you need more control over where your widget shows, try the 'Point & Click' integration.

2. Point & Click Integration

This integration mode is for intermediate users who want more control over where their widget displays.

To use this mode:

  1. Go to the 'Location' Tab

  2. Under the 'Location on Page' option, click on 'Change'

  3. Select the 'Point & Click' option

  4. Choose where you want your widget to go by following the blue guideline.

  5. Click 'Save'

This option gives you more control over your location, but you can use HTML Tag Integration if you want more accuracy.

Point & Click integration mode may not work for all themes and store code.

For the most stable experience, we recommend HTML Tag mode integration.

3. HTML Tag Integration

This is the most stable way to integrate; however, it is only recommended for advanced users who know how to edit their store's code and have a specific place they want the widget to appear.

Head over to the detailed HTML Tag tutorial by clicking the link below.

โš ๏ธ Widget not showing where you want it? Let our support team know, and we can almost certainly help!

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