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Most sites can install Swoop in under an hour. Just add Swoop.js to your webpages and write a little code that provides us a “login link” on request.

1. Add Swoop.js

First, add the Swoop.js Javascript file and configuration block to the <head> element of the page or pages where log in will take place.

In the configuration block, simply call Swoop.init() with your Swoop website ID as its only argument. Your website ID can be found in the Swoop dashboard and will begin with 'wb_'.

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1. Add Swoop.js

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