(9/17/20) Please read prior to embedding your MassageBook Schedule on your own website: Recent changes to Safari on both iOS and MacOS can interfere with a client's ability to book an appointment via the embedded scheduler. This affects Safari users only. If clients have the following setting enabled, they will enter a continuous booking loop. Disabling the setting allows the client to book successfully. If a client wishes to make this change, they can complete the following steps:
Open Safari on iOS or MacOS > Select Preferences > Select Privacy > Disable the Setting "Prevent cross-site tracking"
MassageBook recommends the client use an alternate browser if they experience trouble booking online and do not wish to disable the setting. You, as the business owner, may also prefer to use the Book Now button which is unaffected by these recent changes.
By default, we direct clients to the Services tab of your Business Listing when you embed your MassageBook schedule into your external site. If you'd like to change the section of your Business Listing that displays, you can do so by adjusting the URL in the default code that we provide for you.
- Navigate to your Business tab.
- Select Setup.
- Select Website Customization.
- Select the button titled Preview.
- Navigate to the page of your Listing that you want your embedded Scheduler to open up to.
- Copy the portion of the URL after the "#". For this example, copy the word "about".
- Select Website Integration while still in the Listing section of your account.
- Under the Booking Widgets tab, locate the code for the Embedded Scheduler.
- Replace the portion of the default code that currently navigates to your Services tab (#services) with the section that you just copied (#about).
- Place the newly edited code into your website using the steps provided in the Website Integration section of your Listing.
- Your embedded Scheduler will open up to this page instead of the default Services tab.
Note: It is very important that you change only the word "services" so that clients coming to your MassageBook Listing from your external website are not considered "new". New clients booking from a link that does not have "src=external" or "biz" in the URL are considered "new" clients found by MassageBook, thereby generating a new client marketing fee.