Events and Behaviour Tracking
- How to Create a Synchronized Module
- How to Create a Gmail Promotions Annotation for Emails
- All for adaptivity in email builder
- Editing HTML and CSS
- How to Add Anchor Links to an Email
- Product Blocks Generator
- Adaptive email builder review
- How to Add a Rollover Effect to an Email
- Adding a Video to an Email
- Working with “Images” block
- How to Add Social Media Buttons to an Email
- How to Add a Table to an Email
- How to Add a Background to an Email
- How to Add a Custom Font
- Designing your email
- Scheduled Mobile Push Message
- How to Create Deep Links and Universal Links
- How to Create a Mobile App Push Notification
- Connecting Mobile Apps with Yespo
- Mobile Push Campaign Report
- How to Create a Google Project for Mobile Push Notifications
- Setting Up Delivery and Clicks Analytics
- Managing mobile SDK access keys
- Service Worker. Troubleshooting
- How to Send Web Push Notifications from a Website
- How to Create a Web Push Notification
- How to Set Up Web Pushes for Safari
- How to Create a Google Project to Collect Tokens for Web Push Notifications
- Sending user a personalized Push notification depending on his activity on the website
- How to Set Up Subscription Form for Your Website
- How to Set Up a Pop Up for Your Website
- Integrating widgets with GA
- How to Set up Informers for Your Site
- Creating Pop-ups via Google Tag Manager or WordPress
- How to Set Up Floating Box Widget for Your Website
- Creating a Widget Launcher
- How to Set Up Age Gate Widget for Your Website
- How to Set Up Double Opt-In
- How to Set Up an Automated Birthday Campaign
- Launching a Workflow After a Contact Import
- How to Create a Welcome Email Series
- How to Set Up Notifications for Trigger Control
- How to add scenario to the button
- Workflow Troubleshooting
- How to Automate Customer Reactivation
- How to Launch a Regular Workflow for a Segment
Creating Pop-ups via Google Tag Manager or WordPress
Placing a Popup via GTM
Add the Yespo script to your site using GTM. For this:
1. In your Yespo account, go to Site –> Widgets. Get the script and copy it.
2. Click the New button in the Tags section of your GTM account.
3. Name the tag and click on the Tag Configuration field.
4. Select the tag type Custom HTML.
5. Paste the script obtained in Yespo into the HTML field. Save changes.
6. A dialog box will appear. Click Add Trigger. You can also click Activate in the tag settings window.
7. Select the type of trigger, for example — All Pages, to place a popup on all site pages.
The tag and activator you created are ready to publish.
Placing a Popup via WordPress
Use one of the three ways to add a script to a WordPress site (getting the script is described in the first step of the instructions for placing a popup window with GTM).
1. Using Insert Headers and Footers Plugin
This plugin allows you to install the Yespo script on the entire WordPress site. For this:
1. Follow the link and download the plugin.
2. Activate the downloaded file and install the plugin according to the instructions.
3. To activate the plugin, go to Insert Headers and Footers -> Settings and insert the Yespo script in one of the fields:
- Script in Header (recommended)
- Script in Footer
4. Click Save.
The plugin will automatically upload the code to each page of your site.
2. Add the script via code manually
You can add the script to WordPress files yourself (see instructions).
The script can be placed in the following site locations:
- A certain post
- A certain page
Add a script to the site header
Add a script to a specific post
To add a plugin to one of the posts on WordPress, insert conditional logic into the code.
This code executes the script only if the post has the identifier 5. You must insert 5 as your post ID.
The post ID is the number after post =.
Add a script to a specific page
To add a script to a WordPress page, add conditional logic to the code.
This code executes the script only if the page has the ID 10.
Add a script to the site footer
Add the following code snippet to your website, so the script runs in the footer.
This code is attached to wp_footer instead of wp_head.
3. Adding a script inside posts or pages using a plugin
Use the plugin to select a place to embed the script in the site content.
1. Download the Code Embed plugin.
2. Install and activate the plugin in the plugin menu in WordPress controls. See the instructions for details.
3. In the WordPress Post Editor, click on the context menu icon (three vertical dots) in the upper right corner of the screen and select Options.
4. In the dialog box, check the Custom fields option in the Advanced panel's section.
5. Click Enter new In the Custom Fields window under the content editor.
6. Enter the name of the custom field, which should start with the prefix CODE, and insert the script in the Value field.
7. Click Add Custom Field.
Use this custom field to embed script code in any post or page position. To do this, add the following embed code anywhere on your content:
Then click Update or Publish to run the script code on the page or post.