Use the Widgy / HTML element to add extra functionality to your website.
Third-party companies like soundcloud.com often provide custom code that you can use to embed interactive widgies on your webpages. Copy the code they provide, paste it into a Widgy / HTML element, and click save.
You can also use the Widgy / HTML element to add custom HTML to the <body> of your website pages. Edit the <head> section to add custom CSS that affects the whole website.
There are thousands of websites that can be integrated with a webbry site by using the Widgy / HTML element. For a list of some of the services we love, check out our tools page.
Some widgies require code to be placed in both the <head> and <body> of your website. To add code to the <head> section, click settings > website > edit head. Paste the <body> code into the Widgy / HTML element where you want the widgy to display.
Adding code to the Widgy / HTML element can make your site unresponsive if it doesn't play nice with webbry. If you can't access your site after adding code to a Widgy / HTML element, get in touch with our support team.