Note: To place the plugin on your website you need access to Plugins in WordPress.

Installing the plugin from WordPress

To integrate the request module into your WordPress website, all you have to do is install our handy WordPress plugin. You do this as follows:

  1. Log in to your WordPress website and go to administration (wp-admin).

  2. Go to "Plugins" in the menu on the left side of the screen.

  3. Click on "New plugin" at the top of the screen.

  4. Enter "mice operations" in the search field on the right side of your screen and press enter.

  5. The MICE Operations plugin will appear. Click on the "Install now" button.

  6. Then choose "Activate".

  7. The plugin has been activated and you can now use the request module in your website! 🥳

Installing the plugin manually

In some cases it is not possible to install plugins from the WordPress management environment. You can therefore install the plugin manually.

Please note: this method requires you to be able to upload files and requires some technical knowledge.

  1. Go to the WordPress plugin page on wordpress.org. You can find it at https://wordpress.org/plugins/mice-operations/

  2. Click on the blue "Download" button.

  3. Open the zip-file that will be downloaded.

  4. Place the folder "miceoperations" and its files on the server (via FTP) in the folder wp-content/plugins.

  5. Log in to your WordPress website and go to administration (wp-admin).

  6. Go to "Plugins" in the menu on the left side of the screen.

  7. Click on "Activate" at the plugin MICE Operations.

  8. The plugin has been activated and you can now use the request module in your website! 🥳

Setting the plugin

To use the 'Floating "Request Quote" button' at the bottom of each page, you need to enter a number of settings. By default, this option is disabled.

  1. Log in to your WordPress website and go to administration (wp-admin).

  2. Go to Settings > MICE Operations in the menu on the left side of the screen.

  3. Fill in the Widget ID of the request module you want to use for the floating button. This is the last part of the url of your request module. For example: https://app.miceoperations.com/widget/0df2ad69968b.

  4. Via "Primary colour" you can set the colour of buttons in the request module.

  5. The floating button can be placed on the left or right side of the screen and you can adjust how far the button is from the edge of the screen.

You can change the Widget ID per page. This allows you to use a different request module on specific pages than you have set as standard.

Open an request module

In a popup

The new request module is opened in a popup in your website by default. In this way the user has maximum attention for your offer. To do this, use the standard link that you will find in the settings of your request module.

This link looks like this:

https://app.miceoperations.com/widget/0df2ad69968b (example)

P.S. You can also use this link on websites without a widget code. You will then arrive at a neat page with the request module. Try it with the link above.

In the page

With the old widget code, the request module was always embedded in the page. The new widget still supports this possibility, but it has become much easier to place the request module in your page.

Simply place another link to the request module in your page, but now put #embed behind it. This will then look like this:

https://app.miceoperations.com/widget/0df2ad69968b#embed

This link is automatically converted by the widget code and the request module appears on your page.

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