How to integrate the widget codes on your website

Learn how you can easily implement the widget codes in any CMS. No matter if you use Typo3, Contao, Wordpress, Webflow etc.

In every hotel CMS (Content Management System) there is the possibility to add a HTML code, whether it is Wordpress, Typo3, Contao, Webflow etc.. This usually works via a plus sign, often it also says "New element" or something similar. We will show you how the HTML element looks like in the different content management systems and how easy it is to make the experience streams visible on your page:

  1. Contao
  2. Wordpress
  3. Typo3
  4. Webflow 
  5. Wix


After you have clicked on "New element" in the CMS, you select the element type in the next step. Here you select "HTML". Then a box opens underneath with the heading "HTML code". Here you can copy and paste the widget code you have generated or received from us. Done.


It looks very similar with Wordpress, no matter if you use "Elementor" or the "WPBakery Page Builder". 
In WPBakery Page Builder you can add content elements by clicking the plus sign at the desired position. A pop-up will open and you will find the element "Unfiltered HMTL" among many other elements. You select this element and then simply copy and paste the desired widget code into it. Then simply save and publish. Done.

By the way, if you use the Elementor in Wordpress, the HTML element looks like this:


In Typo3, you can use the plus sign to add a new content element at the desired location. Then a pop-up opens, where you can find the element "Plain HTML" under "Special elements". Select this element and copy & paste the desired widget code:


As you can see, it works relatively similar in all content management systems for websites. In Webflow, too, you can find the HTML element via the plus sign in the top left corner of the elements under "Advanced". In this case, however, it is only called "Embed":

Simply copy-and-paste the code you want. Done.


On Wix, you can find the element under "Embed Code". The element you need is called "Embed HTML". Add the element and simply copy the widget code into the element. That's it.