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Adding Custom Head and Body Code

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Adding code to the <head> or <body> section of your website can be required for site verification, running certain third-party widgets, or adding custom site code.

The RQS Builder allows quick and easy access to add code to these areas of your website, and this short guide will explain how to do so.

Please note: Any code you add to these sections will apply to all pages on your website

Log into the builder and navigate to the Website Tools menu across the top of the screen, then select Custom Head/Body Code.

Custom Head and Body Code

The window that opens will allow you to add code to the <head> and <body> sections of your site. Once you have selected the appropriate tab, simply paste your HTML code into the large field provided.

If your browser does not allow you to Right-click>Paste, then you can use the keyboard shortcut of 'CTRL+V' to add this information.

The below example shows a typical Head Code, specifically for use with a Facebook plugin.

Custom Body Code

Click Finish to save and close the window. Your custom <head> or <body> code is now added to your site.


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