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check_circle_outline Pre-requisites: Ability to copy and paste into your website code, bonus: experience with adding or editing code manually.
In this article, we will cover generating the code and some additional options for manually editing Droplet.
Generate the CodeBack to top
You should by now have selected all the previous options that make the most sense in terms of your requirements. It's now time to generate the code for your website. Click on the Generate Code button and copy the resulting lines of code to your clipboard.
Once you've pasted the code into your webpage, publish it and check out your results!
Manual Code UpdatesBack to top
For more advanced users, it is possible to update the above options without needing to generate the code from scratch each time. Below, you will find snippets of code which can be added to or substituted with the code you have already generated:
InventoryBack to top
Show specific items: item_id: '3,8', Show specific categories: category_id: '2',
OptionsBack to top
Tabs as categories: options: ‘tabs’, Hide search and calendar: options: ‘hidesearch’, Together they would look like this: options: ‘tabs,hidesearch’,
LanguageBack to top
Set default booking portal language: lang_id: ‘fr’, Set default customer language. Customers can change this from the menu bar. Supercedes lang_id: locale_id: ‘fr_FR’,
Discount CodeBack to top
Include an automatic discount code: discount_code: ‘insert_code’,
StyleBack to top
Font colour: style: ‘color: 000000’, Font family: style: ‘font-family: arial’, Background colour: style: ‘background-color: 873333’, Together they would look like this: style ‘color: 000000; background-color: 873333; font-family: arial’,
DateBack to top
Fast forward to specific date: date: ‘20131225’, Add an end date: end_date: ‘20140131’,
Tracking IDBack to top
Tracking ID: tid: ‘fall-email’,
Common Issues and SolutionsBack to top
Users of Squarespace have reported that the booking droplet loads successfully when editing their pages, but have issues when viewing the page in a live environment. The widget starts loading and shows searching availability, but never progresses past that point. If you are experiencing this issue, please disable ajax loading in your style editor or add a script to the header of your page, for example:
This solution may also work with other web service providers.
Users of Wix and GoDaddy have reported issues with resizing the Droplet window in Chrome (desktop only).
Wix and GoDaddy have all custom code entered into an iFrame that does not have the same sizing and adjustment properties as our Droplet.
The Droplet on its own will resize and fit a page if shrunk. However, since Wix and GoDaddy force the custom code into a sized iFrame the Droplet is not able to resize as it is taking its sizing from the iFrame. This is a behavior hard-coded by Wix and GoDaddy, so something we are unable to change at this time.