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Wednesday, September 9, 2020 8:24:44 PM


To add an EMBEDDED SCRIPT like a Google Map or anything else is pretty simple and pretty much matches the way you would do it in any other method of adding scripts to websites. The two videos below show the first step, which is to type an address into Google, which will produce a map, then share the map and select the "Embed" tab. Next, you copy the entire link. The second step involves going into an edit space on the contact form you are using and then clicking the source code "< >" button and pasting the link. Finally save the form and you are done.

Video 1. Getting the embed script for the function you want to add. This is for a Google Map, which we want for our Contact Form.

Video 2. Saving the new script onto the page or onto the form where you want it to show.

Thursday, September 3, 2020 5:49:47 PM

Your Website can be installed onto any device.

Here is the procedure for the iPhone 10x which uses the Safari Web Browser. All of the browsers will feature some kind of "Add To Home Screen" (A2H) functionality. Usually what happens is that once a visitor gets to your Website for the first time they are prompted to "Add "YourWebsitesName" to the Home Screen, or something near to that scenario. The visitor just has to accept and it will happen for them. Then they will have your APP icon on their device and can immediately re-visit or use your site in the future. This avoids all the pesky app store and download routines. Installing your PWA makes like much easier as you can do everything concerning your site on your device instead of needing a computer or laptop. We recommend using at least a year 2012 or newer SmartPhone/Tablet.

NOTE: In this video for the Website "" is installed onto an iPhone 10x. The steps to follow appear at the bottom of the screen in the video. Simply substitute the "" name with "YourWebsitesName" instead and you can install your website onto a device.

DoubleCLICK the video to go FULLSCREEN.