Skip to main content
Adding Junip's displays to your website
Marcus Cardoso avatar
Written by Marcus Cardoso
Updated over a week ago

Junip makes it easy to add reviews to your website.

We've discussed the most important things to consider when adding reviews to your website, which you can read here.

Our out-of-the-box displays will automatically inherit your theme's styling and look great. For those who want a more custom display, we'll offer the tools you need to be as ambitious as you'd like.

There are three steps to adding Junip's displays to your site:

  1. Install Junip's displays on your site

  2. Preview those displays before enabling

  3. Enable them so that they're live for all to see

Installing Junip's displays on your site

This will depend on what type of Shopify theme you're using (or how custom you want to take things), so we've outlined your options below:

Not sure which type of theme you're using? Visit your Store settings in Junip's admin and the instructions to install for your specific theme will show first. Meaning if you see the 2.0 steps first, that's because you're on a 2.0 theme (and vice versa)!

Shopify 1.0 / Vintage theme

This guide explains how to use our auto-installer to add Junip's displays to your Vintage theme, and even offers way to manually install if you have a complicated theme and would prefer to do that.

Shopify 2.0 theme:

This guide walks through how to (1) enable the app embed, and then (2) drag and drop Junip's displays onto your theme using the new 2.0 system.

Headless site:

This guide explains how to install Junip using HTML if you're on a headless site, using a page builder, or have a complex theme that lends well to this type of install.

Making customizations to your displays

We don’t obfuscate class names so that it's straightforward for you to make tweaks to Junip’s scripts using CSS.

If you have the developer resources and would like to create a totally bespoke display, then you can use our display API to get started!

Next, you'll want to preview those displays before enabling, which we talk about in this article.

If you've already done that and want to enable your on-site displays, you can do so using this article.

Did this answer your question?