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Embedding a survey on your website

(WebConnector - Surveys)
 

Topics in overview:

Online forms
Surveys (requires EMS)
Quick-Shop (requires Factura)
Affiliate (requires Factura)
Customer admin (requires EMS)
Interface documentation (API)
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Related topics:

Adding a new survey Embedding a survey on your website
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After creating a survey in the EMS and configuring the survey in WebConnector, you can now embed the survey on your website.

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Overview and link Survey on website Survey results

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Overview and link

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a) Run WebConnector and c lick the Surveys tab.

b) Click the </> button to view the links for the desired survey.

 

 

  
c) You will now see three links: 'Preview', 'Survey' and 'Result'. Copy these links to a retrievable text file on your computer.

d) This is the JavaScript for displaying the survey on your website. Copy this code to a text file on your computer.

 

You are now leaving the WBS. All additional steps for embedding the survey are carried out directly on your website with the help of your Content Management System (CMS).

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Survey on website

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Call up your website and log in to the CMS you use to edit your website.

a) Instead of using links, you can also embed the survey on your website as JavaScript, if you do not want to present the survey on a new, unformatted page.

 

 
Live preview on the website.

 

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Survey result

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Here you see the whole results from all clients.

 

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Embedding a survey in Wordpress

Call up your website and log in to the customer admin using your access data.


 
In your WordPress admin interface, click menu item 'Pages'.


 
a) Click 'Create' to create a new page.

b) Click the page title or 'Edit' to edit an existing page.

In our example, we are editing an existing page, which means we do not need to make any additional settings. When creating a new page, keep in mind that your page is linked to the navigation.


 
c) In the editor, select 'Text' to insert the script.

d) Insert the script. If the page already contains content, you can insert a placeholder, as described above, and then switch to 'Text' in the editor.

e) Click 'Update' to save your changes.

Call up your website and doublecheck the result. You should now be able to see the survey on the selected page.

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