The embed code that you get after publishing a project allows you to add your involve.me project to any page of choice on your website. With involve.me you have several options when it comes to sharing your project - with one of them being as a popup.

The embed code can be found on the "Share your Project" screen, which is shown right after the project has been published, and it can also be accessed anytime from the Project Overview.

When on the "Embed your project" page, you'll have several customization options to choose from.

Show popup

In this section you can choose how the popup will be shown to users.

  • On button click: Users will need to click a button in order for the pop-up to open, as shown on the example below with the button saying "Launch popup". You can change the button text as well.

  • On exit intent: This will make it so that the popup opens if the user tries to navigate away from the page they're currently in (does not work for mobile).

  • On page load: The popup will open once the page has loaded.

  • After time delay: The popup will open after a certain amount of time has passed. You also have the option to choose how many seconds this delay should have.

Popup Size

In this section, you can choose from three possible predefined popup sizes:

  • Small

  • Medium

  • Large

Close Popup on Completion

This feature is only available on the Pro plan or higher, and it allows you to set the embed to close automatically after the user has reached the end of your project. You can also set a time delay for the popup to close. In the example below, the popup is set to close 5 seconds after the user has finished the project.

Loading background color

You can change the color of your project's loading background to any of your liking. This is a great way to make the loading background color to match your project's or even for the project to seamlessly integrate into your website.

If by any chance you're not able to use our popup option, other alternatives include:

  • Using the embed code of your involve.me project and adding it inside your own pop-up.

  • Most website builders have pop-ups natively, or you can install plugins for pop-ups. Then you can add the code as content of the pop-up, if inserting HTML/JavaScript code is a possibility.

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