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Location: Websites – (Web site name) – Edit – Kigo

Required Setup: In order to view this page, you must be assigned the role of General Manager, Marketing Manager, or a custom role that includes the Solution permission..

Scope: This feature is available for Kigo Plan 2 and above.

About the Kigo WordPress Plug-In

The Kigo WordPress plug-in integrates Kigo with WordPress. This plug-in gives you access to tools that help you set up your web site using Kigo templates, booking widgets, content management, search configuration, and more. These tools include:

  • General: Obtain information about your web site such as your API key, last data synchronization, and search engine optimization (SEO) synchronization.
  • Property & Search Settings: Set up your web site's search features.
  • Slideshow Setup: Create the slideshow for your home page.
  • Take Me Live: Bring your Kigo web site live.
  • Data Sync Setup: Import data to your web site from the Kigo application.
  • Initial Setup: Verify your API key and complete your web site's initial setup.
  • Advanced Options: Improve your web site's visibility and get statistics about your web site.
  • Manage Translations: Change your default translations to the translation of your choice.
  • SSL Configuration: If you are using your own secure sockets layer (SSL), configure your SSL.

You can find the tools at the bottom of the Navigation menu in the Kigo section.

Kigo WordPress Plug-In

Setting Up Kigo Web Sites

  1. From Kigo Websites editor, click Kigo in the Navigation menu.
  2. Click the Initial setup category and verify the main domain is correct.
  3. Click the Data sync category and import your data content from Kigo.
  4. Click the General category and verify the data sync is complete.
  5. Click the Property and search settings category and set up your search features.
  6. Click the Slideshow category and set up your homepage slideshow.
  7. Click the Take me live category and verify your DNS information is correct. You must buy a domain name from a registrar company before you can go live.
  8. Click the Advanced category and set up your Google AdWords, header scripts, and webmaster verification.

Additional Information/Related Topics

Kigo Websites Getting Started
WordPress Tools
Third Party WordPress Plug-Ins

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