Jump to content
Search In
  • More options...
Find results that contain...
Find results in...
Advanced Search
  • 0

Facebook Messenger Chat Plugin


Figlet

Question

  • Answers 11
  • Created
  • Last Reply

11 answers to this question

Recommended Posts

I figured it out! You have to whitelist your domain for the chat box to show up. This is not in the area where you set up the chat box code but above it.

Go to Messenger Platform Settings on your pageScroll down to: Whitelisted DomainsThird-party domains that are accessible in the Messenger webview for use with the Messenger Extensions SDK, and for Messenger plugins.

Then set up your Customer Chat Plugin and inject the code in the footer under advanced settings.

@atticusmabry @figlet

Link to comment

You'd need to provide more information if you'd like the community to help. For example, the code you've added and a link to your site. Your site doesn't need to be live - a link to a trial site (something.squarespace.com) is fine.

Improve your online store with our extensions.
About: Sqsp Circle Leader since 2017. I value honesty, transparency, appreciation and great design ♥.
Work: Squarespace Expert and founder of SF Digital, dedicated to improving websites by building the features Squarespace didn't include™.
Content: Links in my posts may refer to SF Digital products or may be affiliate links.

Link to comment

I figured it out! You have to whitelist your domain for the chat box to show up. This is not in the area where you set up the chat box code but above it.

Go to Messenger Platform Settings on your pageScroll down to: Whitelisted DomainsThird-party domains that are accessible in the Messenger webview for use with the Messenger Extensions SDK, and for Messenger plugins.

Then set up your Customer Chat Plugin and inject the code in the footer under advanced settings.

@atticusmabry @figlet

Link to comment

I figured it out! You have to whitelist your domain for the chat box to show up. This is not in the area where you set up the chat box code but above it.

Go to Messenger Platform Settings on your page Scroll down to: Whitelisted Domains Third-party domains that are accessible in the Messenger webview for use with the Messenger Extensions SDK, and for Messenger plugins.

Then set up your Customer Chat Plugin and inject the code in the footer under advanced settings.

@atticusmabry @figlet

Link to comment

Super easy method

... for non-developers to is our Facebook Messenger Squarespace Plugin .

It's coded specially for Squarespace and has easily adjustable options:

  • Select how plugin should show: minimized, greeting or fade-in-out
    • Easy on/off -switch to temporarily disable plugin
    • Custom greeting text shown to visitors
    • Specific greetings for specific pages
    • Select color
    • Select language to match site

We guarantee that it will work. If it doesn't we'll fix it for you. If it still doesn't we'll refund. So we take all the stress and responsibility for you.

Freelance Squarespace developer making plugins like Full-Width Blocks, Hover effects for grid gallery and the Darkmode plugin. I know Squarespace inside out and I'm able to solve pretty much any Squarespace code problem.

Get in touch here!

Link to comment

Archived

This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.


×
×
  • Create New...