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<head> container of your website or web application.
If you would like to explore other installation methods, check out our help docs linked below for more details.
- Installing Drift on Your Website
- Install Drift with Google Tag Manager
- How to Install Drift on your WordPress site
- Video: How to Install Drift
Using the Python Django framework?
We have a Python package for Django that can assist with installation:
Using Server Side Rendering with React?
Server side rendering can often break client side libraries if not handled carefully, here's an approach for handling this with the Drift widget. See:
When installing Drift it’s important to test and confirm the widget is working properly.
There are several ways to check if Drift has been installed correctly on your site or in your web app.
One way to confirm that Drift has been installed correctly is by simply loading your site or app where the install script has been added and verifying that the widget icon is displayed on either the bottom right or bottom left of your browser window, depending on your widget’s positioning.
If you’re unable to see the widget, please review the resources mentioned above, specific to your chosen method of installation, to ensure the proper procedures have been followed.
If the widget has been turned off prior to installation, we can leverage the widget’s show() method to explicitly load the widget onto the page.
If your widget does not appear and you’re prompted an uncaught reference error, that’s a good indication that Drift has not been installed correctly.
On the other hand, if the widget is being displayed then you’re all set!
If you’re having trouble loading Drift or have any questions, please reach out to [email protected] for assistance.
Updated over 1 year ago