The next step is to generate the shortcode which will be added to your Drupal web page. If you have any experience with the Checkfront Droplet, you will recognize that the process involved now is more or less the same. Once you've generated the code, however, you will be presented with one basic line of code. The more complicated code is handled by the plugin you just installed.
Now, if you like, you can simply go ahead and add the shortcode [checkfront] to your web page. When published, this will show the booking portal as configured in your Checkfront backend. You can, however, manipulate the shortcode to create a more refined look for the portal. If you are experienced with shortcodes, you can scroll down this page to see the arguments which can be added to produce certain results. If you're not sure about that, though, the Shortcode Generator is the way to go.
Just below the Setup box, where you entered the Host URL, is another box labeled Getting Started. Click on the Shortcode Generator button.
Alternatively, you can access the same Shortcode Generator through your Checkfront backend. To do this, go to Manage > Add-ons > Website Integrations. Hover your mouse over the Drupal tile and click SETUP.
This will bring you directly to the Drupal Shortcode Generator.
You’ll notice at the bottom of the wizard, just above the Generate Code button, there’s a link to Show more options. These are slightly more advanced features and we’ll look at those a bit further down the page. For now, though, let’s take a look at the basic set of configurable options available.
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