your email. Then click on “Next” to step number three. Here you can select the icon that you want to display on your site. You can choose among these four. Let’s click on “Next” to step number four where you can choose the size. No matter which size you choose mobile devices will always display the smaller size. Let’s click on “Next” to step number five. You can choose the color of your button
with this color picker so it matches the design of your website. Now click on “Next” to step number six. Here you can select the position of your button. You have eight different positions. Let’s continue and click on “Next” to step number seven. In this step you can choose the widget’s language. The default option is letting the widget to automatically detect your visitors’ language. But also you can force the widget to display in a specific language. If you want this second option,
then open this list and select your language. Now, let’s continue to step number eight. It’s very important to make your site accessible. You’re already doing that, but it’s also very important to have an accessibility statement. If you don’t have one don’t worry because we can help you with that. Just leave “No/I don’t know” selected and we’ll help you with that later. Continue to step number nine. If you’re interested in advanced custom options for this widget, then I recommend you to click on “I’d like to learn more,” for more information. Now I’m going to scroll down to the last step where we’ll get our code. Click on the “Copy” button and I’ll see you in Magento. I’m in Magento admin panel, code is copied to my clipboard, and I’m going to show you where you have to paste this code. So on the left menu, click on “Content.” “Configuration.” And now click on “Edit” your current Store View. So this is mine. I’m going to click on “Edit.” And scroll all the way down. And here HTML Head, click on it. Again, scroll all the way down and here in Scripts and Stylesheets. Here’s where you have to paste the code. So paste the code. Click on “Save Configuration.” Now you’re almost done. You just need one more step you have to flush Magento cache. So on the left menu, click on “System,” “Cache Management,” and click on “Flush Magento Cachet.” Once this is done you can preview your site. As you can see, after flushing Magento cachet here’s the widget. If you can see the widget, it means that everything’s been done correctly. There’s another way to verify the installation. Let’s go back to userway.org. You can click on “Let’s Verify” button to make sure that you have setup everything correctly. But again, if you see the widget on your site, that means that you have done everything correctly. So you can click on “Skip” and
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