To see how our Poll Widget would look on your blog, check out these examples: Blogger, Xanga

How do you add a poll to your website? We provide two methods for adding polls: Javascript or Inline HTML. We recommend that you use the Javascript method, as this is the simpler method, and also allows your users to vote and view results without ever leaving your website.

Your poll will automatically inherit the styling (specifically font style, font size, and color) of your website or blog, so that it blends in perfectly with your webpage without any additional effort. However, if you aren't pleased with the results, we provide you with some "starter" CSS code which you can modify to style the poll exactly to your liking.

Add This Poll to Your Website

  • Sehr gut. Umsetzung, Service, Qualität, alles super ;)
  • Ist okay, hat mich nicht übermässig begeistert aber auch nicht extrem enttäuscht.
  • Sehr schlecht. Werde hier wohl nicht mehr bestellen.
Created on Oct 5, 2011

How to add this poll to your website:

1) Select a method (Javascript Widget or Inline HTML) and insert code

Method 1 - Javascript Widget (recommended):

The Javascript Widget allows readers of your website or blog to vote and view results without ever leaving your webpage. To add this poll, simply copy the code below, and place it in your website or blog's HTML code where you want it displayed.

Select the color of the poll results bars you'd like to use:

The code below will automatically update based on your color selection.

To see our Javascript Widget in action, check out these examples: Blogger, Xanga
OR

Method 2 - Inline HTML:

With this method, when readers of your website or blog vote, they will be directed to the poll's detail page at twiigs.com. To add a poll using this method, simpy copy the HTML code below, and place it in your website or blog's HTML code where you want the poll displayed. You'll need to include this custom generated code for every poll you want to add to your website or blog.

Both methods (Javascript Widget and Inline HTML) of displaying polls on your website or blog will automatically inherit the formatting of your page (specifically font style, font size, and coloring). However, if you are not quite satisfied with the look, you can always add your own custom styling. In the next step, we provide you with some CSS to help you get started.

2) Add styling (optional)

Starter CSS:

If the poll does not display how you'd like it to, it may be necessary to add CSS styling. The CSS code below is provided to help guide you in styling the polls you add to your website. Add this CSS code to the header of your website's html code, or a CSS file included by your webpage. If these are not options, try placing the CSS code in the body of your html code. You only need to add the css code once per page, no matter how many polls you are displaying. Again, feel free to modify this code to match the look and feel of your site.

If you need any help or assistance, take a look at our help page