Add calling to your WordPress site

We are happy to introduce a new floating button feature on Click2Vox, our simple click-to-call call widget solution. You can refer to a deeper tutorial here. This feature automatically adds a button to every page of your website that appears unobtrusively above everything else. In this tutorial, we will cover how to add a call button to every page on your WordPress site.

If you have any questions about adding web calling to your WordPress site after following this tutorial, please contact us right away!

Step 1 : Add Insert Headers and Footers plugin to your WordPress site

This plugin allows you to add additional scripts to the <header> and <footer> tags populated automatically by WordPress. You can find the plugin here.

Step 2 : Insert your Widget code

After successfully adding the plugin to your site, you can edit its options by clicking Settings > Insert Headers and Footers

var customClick2vox = {
   display_button: "true",
   custom_button_color: "#ff9900",
   did: "14848453155",
   incompatible_browser_configuration: "hide_widget",
   server_url: "",
   use_default_button_css: "true",
   div_css_class_name: "btn-style-round-a",
   placement: "bottom-right",
   draggable: "true",
   caller_id: "developersVoxboneCom",
   basic_auth: "true", 
   https_popup: "false",
   voxbone_webrtc_username : "YourWebRTCUsername", //Voxbone WebRTC username
   voxbone_webrtc_password : "YourWebRTCPassword" //Voxbone WebRTC Password. Go to to setup

 <script type="text/javascript">
 !function(t,e,c,n){t.click2voxObject=c;var o=function(){var t=e.createElement("script"),c=e.getElementsByTagName("script")[0];t.src="",t.async=1,t.dataset.button_id=n,c.parentNode.insertBefore(t,c)};t.addEventListener?t.addEventListener("load",o,!1):t.attachEvent("onload",o)}(window,document,customClick2vox);</script>       

Congratulations! Now you will see a round-shaped click to call button on your WordPress site!