Web Push Notifications for pure HTTPS Websites
  • Documentation
  • /
  • Integration
  • /
  • HTTPS Websites Setup

This setup guide is for HTTPS only websites. Before starting please make sure that your website URL starts with https://. If not, then proceed to the HTTP setup guide.

Web Push for pure HTTPS Websites

  • In the Dashboard, under Settings > Website, check that the website is listed with HTTPS selected as Yes. PushAlert HTTPS Website Settings
  • We would recommend adding the Default Title, Message as well as Icon for notifications.
  • Add FCM or GCM configuration, which you can get from this guide. While not compulsory, it is required if you want to export subscriber endpoint list.
  • Once done, head to the Integrate section from the sidebar. This is a two-part step. First, copy the universal code to the <head> section of the HTTPS website. If you are on Wordpress, Joomla or Magento, do follow their specific setup guides. PushAlert Universal Ingtegration Code
  • Next, there will be two files shown in the Integrate section, download these to your system and then upload them to the root of the HTTPS domain (public_html or var/www/html or a similar folder). These need to be accessible publicly.
  • That's it, users will now be prompted to subscribe to notifications. You can change the opt-in prompt as well as customize its text. PushAlert HTTPS 1-Click Opt-in
  • If you were using Web Push Notifications from another vendor, then keep the subscriber endpoint list handy and head to the Migration guide.