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How to install accessWidget on a Custom CMS or on websites with no CMS at all?

Firstly, it is important to understand that accessWidget can fully operate on any site, regardless of the system it is built on, or even without any system at all. Our system works on the client-side and is not dependent on the server or the server-side language used by your site.

In fact, we have many customers who maintain websites on various CMSs, built with different server languages such as .NET, Java, Python, NODE.JS, PHP, and others. Some of the CMSs where our  customers have installed accessWidget include WordPress, Joomla, Wix, Magento, and other popular website builders: .NET Nuke, Umbraco, Drupal, Webflow, Weebly, Instapage, PrestaShop, Squarespace, Blogger, Volusion, BigCommerce, Confluence, dotCMS, DJANGO, Plone, Ghost (node.js) and many others.

As you can see, the system on which the site is built has no impact on whether accessWidget will work on the site or not.

Installation instructions

Note: Regardless of the installation method, it is important to read our Website Onboarding Guide and follow the instructions to ensure proper installation and performance.

To install accessWidget in a CMS without an installation guide or plugin, you need to learn how to add a JavaScript block to your site. It is unlikely that your CMS restricts the entry of such code. If you are unsure or unable to find the right place, you can ask the person who built the site to explain it to you. Most CMSs, even the less popular ones, have guides available on Google for adding JavaScript blocks to a site.

And of course, you are always welcome to contact us, and if we can help, we'll be happy to do so. If not, at least we can speak on your behalf with the person who built the site and explain what we are looking for from a technological perspective.