Link to SuperSaaS from own site

If you own a website then you are probably familiar with placing a link on your site. If someone else built your site then they should be able to tell you how to do this.

You can use a simple HTML link like this: Book Now! <a href="">Book Now!</a>
You can also use a Book Now button like this one: Book Now More options… <a href="">
  <img src="//" alt="Book now!"/>
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Button or link integration

You can find out the correct link to your schedule on the overview tab when you click the ‘Configure’ button. This blog on call-to-action buttons explains how they can benefit your schedule. Feel free to copy one of our ready-made buttons for use on your own site. Alternatively, you can use our button creator to create your own CSS based button.

Preselect a date or view

By default, the calendar opens on today’s date and your default view. If you set a start date on the Opening Hours page, then the system will open on that date if it’s not already passed. You can also make a link jump to a specific date by adding the date to the web address, using the URL parameters day, month and year. For example, to let guests make reservations for a Christmas party you could put something like the following on your site:

<a href="">Make a reservation</a>

Furthermore, the white space above the calendar can hold links. This is useful if you have more than one schedule and want to let people jump between them. Select the Configure > Layout tab and under Message to show in the white space above the schedule, select the source code button (< >). Paste your links in the window that pops up and press OK, followed by Save changes.

Use links to navigate between multiple schedules

The default view that your users see – day, week or month – can be altered with the URL parameter view:

Click here to jump to the Meeting Rooms demo, zoomed into Room 1 with the month view preselected

To make pages with lists, such as the Available times page, more compact (or longer), there is a per_page parameter that allows you to specify the number of items per page:
Control the number of items per page