Overview

When you place your content (e.g., a guide) into a container, you simply save your content inside a code snippet. So that when you install the container on your web page, it can be visible to your end-users!

How to place your content into a container?

Each content you create, whether that is guides, hotspots, checklists, etc., will automatically be set to the default container.

If you have installed UserGuiding on different platforms with different container codes, you can select a different container code from the content's settings. To do this, go to your Guides' Settings and pick one of the predefined containers you wish to place your guide in! Like this:

☝️Note here: Make sure you select the right container code when you wish to complete your installation!

✨ If you have embedded different container codes in your test/staging and production environment, don't forget to update the container of your guide to move it to your prod domain. Here's an article on how to move your guide from the staging domain to prod.

How to create a new container?

It is sufficient to use the default container if you are creating content only for one web platform. However, it is possible to create additional containers for different web domains! Here's how to:

Go to Settings → Containers → Create A Container as shown below:

These are all you need to know about setting a container to content! 🤓

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