For Advanced Users Only
If you are using our WordPress plugin, see our WordPress Setup Guide.
Input your default site information.
The default name to call your site used in push notifications.
Your website URL including:
Trying to test locally, see Local Testing Setup
AUTO RESUBSCRIBE (HTTPS ONLY)
Recommended: Allows push subscribers to automatically resubscribe upon returning to your site without being prompted if they clear their browser data or if you are transferring to OneSignal from another push provider.
DEFAULT ICON URL
Icon used for the Slide Prompt and default for push notifications.
The file must be
Select this checkbox if any apply:
- you have an
- your site is hosted by WordPress.com
CHOOSE A LABEL
The subdomain label used for push subscription. See Web Push HTTP vs. HTTPS for more details.
OneSignal automatically provides the necessary certificates to work with Safari Browsers at no additional cost. If you already have your own Safari Web Push Certificates, toggle on this option to upload your
Safari Web .p12 Push Certificate and password.
Next, you'll need to add the OneSignal SDK files to your site.
Click Download OneSignal SDK files. (You can also download the files here).
Unzip the OneSignal SDK files. There should be two files:
- The OneSignal SDK files must be publicly accessible and can be placed at the top-level root of your site. If you want to place them in a subfolder you can! Please see our OneSignal Service Worker Guide for instructions.
Initialization code must be placed inside your website's
<head>. If you do not have access to modify your site's code, you will need to contact a developer to help you.
Go to your website and you should see the OneSignal Bell Prompt. Click it to see the native browser prompt and subscribe to push. Then send yourself a Push Notification.
Updated 10 months ago