Adding The Custom JS/HTML Element:

1. Access the Funnels Page by hovering over the ClickFunnels drop-down menu from your dashboard and clicking on Funnels.


2. Choose the funnel you want to edit by clicking on the Funnel Name.


3. Select the desired funnel step.


4. Click on the Edit Page button of your funnel page to access the Page Editor.


5. Navigate to Elements and click on Add Element.


You can also hover over any other element on your page and click on the plus sign to add a new element.


6. Scroll all the way down and click on the Custom JS/HTML element under the Misc Elements section. You can also drag the element and drop it on your page as needed.


Editing The Custom JS/HTML Element:

1. Hover over your Custom JS/HTML element and click on the gear icon to access the element’s Settings.


2. Click on the Open Code Editor button to add your JS/HTML code.


3. Copy the Upviral Standard widget code in the Custom JavaScript / HTML field

4. Click on the X or outside of the code field to exit.

5. Choose code type from the Custom Code Type drop-down menu.

Regular HTML/JS Code - Use the HTML and JavaScript that you write inside of the custom code editor.


3rd Party Embed Code - Use this option when you are using a 3rd party widget that is printed to the page.

Important Note: Due to the custom and varying nature of custom coding, our support team is unable to provide support for writing or troubleshooting any code added to your ClickFunnels pages.

6. Adjust the general settings in the Settings tab. (optional)


7. Click on Advanced to adjust the advanced settings. (optional)


  • Timed Delay - Fade in or fade in with scale.

  • Type - On page load or on page scroll for the delay that you have set.


8. Click the Save button to save your changes.


9. Make sure you test or preview your design by clicking the preview button.

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