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There are two core steps to the Navu Guide creation and preview process. Guide Creation Once you have entered a target landing page for the Guide you wish to create, Navu will attempt to index that landing page along with other pages on the same domain as the landing page. Indexing in this case means scanning pages for content and images that will be appropriate to use when building the individual cards that appear in the Guide. To accomplish this indexing, Navu uses a headless browser to load the landing and related pages. Some websites may detect the Navu headless … Read more
The Navu WordPress plugin is a simple way to incorporate Navu onto your website. If you are new to Navu and looking for a site code, please either contact us at [email protected] or fill out the form here. Here are the instructions to install the plugin: If you run into any problems with these instructions, don’t hesitate to contact us at [email protected]. This post has been deprecated. Please see the latest version here.
3. Give the new tag a name, and click on Tag Configuration. 4. In the side panel that opens, select Custom HTML. 5. Enter the HTML below into the HTML text box replacing SiteId with the Navu site code for your site. 6. Click on Triggering. 7. Click on All Pages. 8. Then click Save. 9. Click Submit in the top right corner to submit the updated version of your workspace with the new Navu tag. 10. Add an optional appropriate version name and description, and click Publish to publish the workspace.