Step 1: Kindly login to your member’s area.
Step 2: Click on the “Widgets” option.
Step 3: A page will open, kindly choose your preferred website and click on “Settings”.
Step 4: After clicking on the settings, it will take you to a page where you will see the different options for customization, click on the “Custom Trigger” option.
Step 5: Once that is done, you will see an option to add a Custom ID. Now, a custom domain is a unique number that can come in the form of a “numeric number or words”, which you will use to identify the custom accessibility menu when replaced.
Step 6: Once the custom id is added, click on “Save Widget”
Step 7: Once this is done, kindly go to your WordPress backend and click on the “Plugins”, click on “Add New Plugin” then, search for Header and Footer Scripts. Once this is done, “Install” and “activate” the plugin and that’s it.
Step 8: Kindly go back to your Menu, click on “Settings”, scroll down to where you have “Insert Header and the Footer” and click on it.
Step 9: Go back to your ADA Bundle member’s area, to copy the “Embed Script”
Click on “Widgets”, then click on your preferred website setting, after that, click on the “Embed script”
Step 10: After that, it will take you to a page, copy the “Embed script”.
Step 11: Then, go back to your WordPress, paste the code under “Scripts in Footer” and click on “Save Settings”.
Step 12: Once that is done, go back to our ADA Bundle dashboard and click on “Widgets” then click on your preferred website setting, copy the “Custom ID”.
Step 13: Quickly go back to your WordPress, under “Scripts in Header” paste this unique code we generated for you which is <button type=”button” id=”lynda”>Click Me!</button> while you add your Widget ID in between the button id, then click on “Save settings”. For example, my Widget ID is the name I used there [lynda]
Step 14: Once that is done, go back to your website and refresh, there you will see the Custom Trigger icon.
And that’s it.
If you need further assistance, kindly contact our support channel.