Zingtree Tags: embedding

Update: Improved Usability on Embedded Trees

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This week’s update was inspired by Ted R., who observed that trees with some long content nodes and some short content nodes didn’t reposition the correctly on the page when a button was clicked. This occurred in the iFrame and WordPress embed methods.

Now, each button click repositions the page to the top of the node content. We think your visitors will like it better this way!

Have a suggestion or a bug report? Let us know!

Zingtree WordPress Plug-in for Interactive Decision Trees

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Everyone loves WordPress! The top free blogging service out there, even our own Zingtree Blog is powered by the publishing powerhouse, which is why we made sure that your Zingtrees can become a seamless part of your site through WordPress. That’s right, you can now easily embed your decision trees onto a WordPress page for perfect customer-facing interaction and expert question-and-answer flow.

The short code looks like this:
[zingtree id="164166011"]

Or you can customize with a button that will immediately take the user to whichever node you’d like. Here’s an example of a persistent button we titled “restart” on every page that goes to the top of the tree at node #1:
[zingtree id="164166011" persist_names="Restart" persist_node_ids="1"]

Here’s another example of the Pet Rock demo embedded in this page, with a persistent Submit Ticket and Search buttons:

Log into Zingtree, select your tree, and go to the Share page for more info. Or download the Zingtree WordPress plug-in from here.

 

Update June 11, 2015:

You can now choose Panels style, like this:

[zingtree id="164166011" style="panels"]

Update August 2, 2016:

Watch this video to see how the plug-in works: