Are you looking for further instructions and help on how to set up BookingButton with your website provider? We have added some links for detailed instructions from website providers below:
Is Wix.com your website provider? They give you different options to add the booking engine to your website. Please have a look at the guides in the Wix Help Center. They provide explanations on adding the ‘Link to booking engine’ code to your menu tab, to a text button or to an icon button. If you want to add the ‘Button widget code’ or the ‘Calendar widget code’ to your Wix website please have a look at the instructions from Wix here.
If you are adding your link to your Squarespace website, you have various options to do that. Please have a look at the different step by step guides in the Squarespace help center here.
If you are a WordPress user, you can for example create a call-to-action button which can link to your BookingButton booking engine. You can find a step-by-step explanation from WordPress about this here. For this scenario you should use the ‘Link to booking engine’ code from your BookingButton BackOffice. If you have a business plan with WordPress you can also embed the ‘Button widget code’ or the ‘Calendar widget code’. In order to set up those widgets with your Wordpress business account, you can follow these instructions.
Also Lodgify provides you with different options to add your BookingButton. For the ‘Calendar widget code’ and ‘Button widget code’ you can follow this guide. Follow the guide and after clicking on ‘Add new widget’ select ‘Raw HTML’ to add one of the BookingButton widget codes.
If you want to add the ‘Link to booking engine’ you can follow Lodgify’s instructions here.
In case you are not the person in charge of editing your website, you have the option to send the instructions on how to insert the BookingButton to your webmaster. You can find a guide on how to do that in this article.