In order to take full advantage of the VoterVoice Software, your supporters will need to be able to access the user site so they can send messages to their legislators, sign petitions, answer surveys, etc...
There are two mutually exclusive ways to display the VoterVoice content to your supporters:
Please note that every tool and action in the VoterVoice system has its own URL. Those links will work regardless of which of the display options above you decide to use. For a full list of tool-specific links, click here.
Your supporters can either see everything that is active in VoterVoice at once, or they can see one tool / action at a time. There is no way to remove only one or two tools from the default view that shows everything. It is possible, however, to link to tools you always want your supporters to be able to access while still showing specific tools / actions in the content area. Click here for more information.
This is an example of the wrapper page, also sometimes called the hosted page / simple page. Support created this for you when initially setting up your VoterVoice system.
Everything within the red box is content that you create in the admin site. You have control over that, but not over the content outside of that box.
The wrapper page includes your association's branding at the top, some sort of title for the page like Action Center, and your contact information at the bottom. The color scheme for this is derived from your brand colors, and the page can be further styled upon request.
This is an example of a client using the plugin code to pull the VoterVoice content into their website. They have also customized the integration by adding buttons to particular VoterVoice tools above the main VoterVoice content.
Again, within the red box is the VoterVoice content that is controlled via the admin site. Outside of the red box would be the rest of your content on your page. Since you host that, you have full control over it.
You will need to choose which plugin code to use and then install that on a single page. You do not need to make any updates as content is added; that is all handled automatically. Once you tell us the URL of the page that plugin code is on, we will finish the integration on our end. That does involve matching your site's basic styles, but the page can be further styled upon request.
Note that you can install plugin codes on multiple pages, but the VoterVoice links will only redirect to one page on your site.
If you want to display a single campaign on a microsite, display different categories of related campaigns on different pages, or display campaigns for entirely different groups on different pages, click here.