Text In Church offers the ability for you to add a Digital Connection Card to your website. This is a great way to allow you to do a Pre-Registration form for guests. To learn more about finding this code to use, read about our Website Widget.


On Squarespace, you can add custom code and scripts to your site using the Code Injection area in Advanced Settings:

  • In the Home Menu, click Settings, Advanced, and then click Code Injection.

  • Add code: Add scripts to the appropriate Code Injection fields. Here we are adding to the Header. Code added here is injected into the tag on every page on your site.

  • Save: After adding your code, click on Save.
  • Done! Your new widget is ready to be published!


Adding your code to a Wix page is simple by adding an HTML block with your script:

  • Log in to your Wix account
  • Select Edit Site
  • Click + Add

  • In the tool bar, select "More" and choose ** « HTML iFrame/Embed »**

  • Add it to the site
  • A window pops up. Click on "Enter code"
  • Copy/paste the JavaScript Redirect code into the box

  • Update
  • inspect the « Show on all pages »

  • Save & Publish


Struggling with how to include a script to the WordPress header? You have 2 options for inserting JavaScript:

  • Use a WordPress Plugin
  • Add the JavaScript Code directly

Use a WordPress Plugin

You could use a WordPress plugin if you want to insert JavaScript into your site. There are a variety of plugins out there. One of the more popular plugins is Insert Headers and Footers. For most users, the easiest way to add code to the WordPress header and footer is via a plugin. Essentially, you will need to copy the JavaScript embed code, then follow the instructions of whatever plugin you choose to use. First, let's install the plugin:

  • Log in to your WordPress site.
  • Go to Plugins > Add new
  • Search for "Header and Footer Scripts".
  • Click "Install Now" and activate the plugin.
  • You can add your code directly into WordPress:
  • Click on "Save settings" button.

Directly Adding Your JavaScript Code

If you have a bit of JavaScript code that you want to execute directly on a post or page then just add your code in the “Text” view of the editor.

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