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Installing in a Wix site

You can install CommandBar in a WordPress blog without any code — woot!

  1. Log in to your Wix account and go to your site editor.
  2. In the site editor, click on the "Add" button and select "HTML Code" from the options.
  3. A window should pop up. Paste the following code:
<script>
var o="<YOUR_ORG_ID>",n="https://api.commandbar.com",a=void 0,t=window;function r(o,n){void 0===n&&(n=!1),"complete"!==document.readyState&&window.addEventListener("load",r.bind(null,o,n),{capture:!1,once:!0});var a=document.createElement("script");a.type="text/javascript",a.async=n,a.src=o,document.head.appendChild(a)}function e(){var e;if(void 0===t.CommandBar){delete t.__CommandBarBootstrap__;var c=Symbol.for("CommandBar::configuration"),d=Symbol.for("CommandBar::disposed"),i=Symbol.for("CommandBar::isProxy"),m=Symbol.for("CommandBar::queue"),u=Symbol.for("CommandBar::unwrap"),s=Symbol.for("CommandBar::eventSubscriptions"),l=[],p=localStorage.getItem("commandbar.lc");p&&p.includes("local")&&(n="http://localhost:8000",a=void 0);var f=Object.assign(((e={})[c]={uuid:o,api:n,cdn:a},e[d]=!1,e[i]=!0,e[m]=new Array,e[u]=function(){return f},e[s]=void 0,e),t.CommandBar),v=["addCommand","boot","addEventSubscriber","addRecordAction","setFormFactor"],b=f;Object.assign(f,{shareCallbacks:function(){return{}},shareContext:function(){return{}}}),t.CommandBar=new Proxy(f,{get:function(o,n){return n in b?f[n]:"then"!==n?v.includes(n)?function(){var o=Array.prototype.slice.call(arguments);return new Promise((function(a,t){o.unshift(n,a,t),f[m].push(o)}))}:function(){var o=Array.prototype.slice.call(arguments);o.unshift(n),f[m].push(o)}:void 0}}),null!==p&&l.push("lc=".concat(p)),l.push("version=2"),a&&l.push("cdn=".concat(encodeURIComponent(a))),r("".concat(n,"/latest/").concat(o,"?").concat(l.join("&")),!0)}}e();
window.CommandBar.boot();
</script>
  1. Change the "HTML Settings" to "Load code on each new page".
  2. Click on the "Apply" button to save the changes.

That’s it!