There’s no getting around it – we love WordPress! As a powerful piece of software that enables people around the world to spread and share ideas, build amazing websites and more, we understand the need to be as integrative with this ever-popular tool.
Zingtree’s robust toolkit allows WordPress users to directly embed interactive decision trees into any web page needed, making it easy for customers and end-users to navigate through any process on your site in a simple question-and-answer flow.
Many of our amazing customers are already taking advantage of this plugin, by hosting powerful, customized decision trees directly on their respective websites! See if you could survive in the wild with this interactive journey built by Live Out There, then check out a robust and helpful troubleshooter decision tree from Screen Time.
Here’s how to get started with your own WordPress-hosted decision tree:
1. Download the plugin and install it into WordPress.
2. Use your Zingtree decision tree’s specific short code (which will appear like this) in your post:
[ zingtree id=”851580502″ ]
Hint: To locate your short code, login to Zingtree and go to My Trees. The ID number to the left of the decision tree title is your code.
Some more examples:
To customize with a persistent button that will immediately take the user to whichever node you’d like while displayed in “panels” style, enter a short code like this:
[ zingtree id=”148196706″ style=”panels” persist_names=”Restart|Submit Ticket” persist_node_ids=”1|5″ ]
To hide the name of the decision tree, as well as the “back” button, enter a short code like this:
[ zingtree id=”148196706″ hide_title=”yes” hide_back_button=”yes” ]
This article was originally published May 2015.