Installation Guide

 
 

Platforms

How to Add Tynt to Blogger/Blogspot

 

1.
Log in to your Blogger account and on your Dashboard click Layout.

 

 

 

2.
On the Layout Page click the Edit HTML tab.

 

Then scroll to the end of your HTML Template.

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3.
Paste the Tynt javascript just before the close head tag or anywhere between the open and close body tag.

 

Then click ‘Save Template’.

Blogger Script Example
 
4.
Copy & Paste content from your site to verify Tynt is adding the attribution link to the pasted content.
 

How to Add Tynt to a Ning Network

 

1.
You need to go to the ‘Manage’ screen for your Network. There are three ways to get there.

 

Click on the html link, the icon for the network or clicking ‘Social Networks’.

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2.
Click on ‘Manage’.
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3.
Click on Analytics in the next window
 

 

4.
Paste your Tynt script into the window and click Save.

 

(Note: It may look like nothing is happening.)

Ning Tynt Script Placement
 
5.
Test the script by copying and pasting content from your site. There should be an Attribution Link added to the copied and pasted content.
 

How to Add Tynt to WordPress

Note: There are two types of WordPress accounts. Hosted and Self-Hosted.

Hosted: means WordPress.com hosts your site.

Self-Hosted: means you download files from WordPress.org and upload them to another web server.

Tynt does not yet support Hosted WordPress accounts.

You may add Tynt to your Self-Hosted Wordpress site by:

Adding Tynt directly to your HTML code

 

1.
Log in to your WordPress admin area.
e.g. http://yourdomain.com/wp-admin

 

 

2.
Click on ‘Appearance’ in the left side bar

 

Wordpress Dashboard
 
3.
Click on ‘Editor’ in the list that appears below ‘Appearance’
Wordpress and Tynt
 
4.
Click on ‘Header’ in the list of ‘Templates’ listed on the right side
Wordpress Tynt
 
5.
Locate the close head tag (</head>) in the header.php file displayed
Wordpress Tynt
 
6.
Paste your Tynt script tag right before the close head tag and click on ‘Update File’
Wordpress and Tynt Script
 




Adding Tynt via Easy Tynt 3rd party plug-in

 

1.
Log in to your WordPress admin area.
e.g. http://yourdomain.com/wp-admin

 

 

2.
Click on ‘Plugins’ in the left side bar

 

Wordpress Dashboard
 

 

3.
Click on ‘Add New’ in the plugins page
Wordpress Dashboard
 

 

4.
Type ‘Tynt’ in the plugins search box
Wordpress Dashboard
 

 

5.
Find and install the ‘Easy Tynt’ plugin
Wordpress Dashboard
 

 

6.
Wait until the message ‘Successfully installed the plugin’ appears and click on ‘Activate Plugin’
Wordpress Dashboard
 

 

7.
Click on ‘Settings’ and then ‘Easy Tynt’ in the left side bar
Wordpress Dashboard
 

 

8.
Complete the configuration of Easy Tynt by pasting your Tynt script from the Installation Script page.
Wordpress Dashboard
 




Adding Tynt via Tynt Insights 3rd party plug-in

 

1.
Log in to your WordPress admin area.
e.g. http://yourdomain.com/wp-admin

 

 

2.
Click on ‘Plugins’ in the left side bar

 

Wordpress Dashboard
 

 

3.
Click on ‘Add New’ in the plugins page
Wordpress Dashboard
 

 

4.
Type ‘Tynt’ in the plugins search box
Wordpress Dashboard
 

 

5.
Find and install the ‘Tynt Insights’ plugin
Wordpress Dashboard
 

 

6.
Wait until the message ‘Successfully installed the plugin’ appears and click on ‘Activate Plugin’
Wordpress Dashboard
 

 

7.
Click on ‘Settings’ and then ‘Tynt Insights’ in the left side bar
Wordpress Dashboard
 

 

8.
Complete the configuration of Tynt Insight by pasting your Tynt script from the Installation Script page
Wordpress Dashboard
 
 

How to Add Tynt to WebsiteWorks.com site

 

1.
Log into your account.

 

 

2.
Go to the “MY Content” tab.

 

 

3.
Select “Edit Page Content”.

 

 

4.
Select the “Welcome” pageto edit.

 

 

5.
Click on “Meta Tags” and paste your Tynt script into the “Add Google Analytics Code Snippet:” area.

 

 

6.
Click the “Submit” button.

 

WebsiteWorks
 

How to Add Tynt to a Site Hosted on Register.com

Note: There are two options so please pick the one that is right for you.

 

Option 1

 

1.
Open the Do-It-Myself website editor.

 

 

2.
In the editor, you need to click on site add-ons.

 

 

3.
Pick one of the black add it here buttons, as close to the bottom of your page as possible without being in the footer.

 

 

4.
Choose site extras.

 

 

5.
In the left hand column, about the 3rd item down is Add your own HTML and click the small blue add link.

 

 

6.
A small text box will appear for you to paste your html/javascript code.

 

 

7.
Once your code is pasted into the box just click done.

 

 

 

Option 2

 

1.
Click on a pencil, preferably one without any content in it already (If you don’t have any free pencils, try switching the layout to one that includes more templates).

 

 

2.
Select the option to add text and select next.

 

 

3.
From inside the text editor, select the “source” button at the top left.

 

 

4.
Add the code into this editor, then switch back into text mode by hitting that same button at the top left. Keep hitting next until it adds it to the page.

 

 

How to Add Tynt to TypePad

Note: You may need to delete The Tynt TypePad Widget if you previously installed Tynt before Apr 2010.

 

1.
Login to your TypePad account. Click on Blogs to choose your page.

 

Then click on the Design tab and Content area.

 

 

2.
Under Categories click on Widgets.

 

Then under Modules click on Embed your own HTML.

 

 

3.
You will need to get your Tynt script from your Tynt Dashboard.

 

Login to your Tynt Account and click on the Link Setup.

Copy your script.

Tynt Dashboard
 
4.
Back in your TypePad account click on the Add Module button.
 

 

5.
Change the name of the custom module and paste the script into the HTML area.

 

Click OK to save.

 
6.
Move Tynt module to the bottom of the page and click Save.
 
7.
You have completed the installation of Tynt to your TypePad page. You can login to your Tynt account to see the data being collected.
 

How to Install on MediaWiki

1.
Click Here for instruction on how to install on MediaWiki.
 

iWeb

I have pasted the HTML script in every page of my iWeb site. Yet when I View Source, it’s not there?

 

Your Mobileme web site(s) and all its related files are stored in the /iDisk/Web/Sites/… directory and viewable directly from finder. iWeb then generates html code that calls out the file.

Our Tynt Script must be in the page source in order to work and cannot be loaded from a nested HTML file.

At this time Tynt is not compatible with iWeb and Apple’s hosting service.

 

Adding Tynt to Tumblr Blog

 

1.
In the Tumblr Dashboard, click ‘Customize’ on the right sidebar.

 

 

2.
Click ‘Theme’ from the menu.

 

 

3.
Paste the javascript into the custom HTML before the tag.

 

 

4.
Click the ‘Save + Close’ button

 

 
 

CMS

GENERAL

When you sign up for a Tynt Publisher Tools account a custom script will be created specifically for you. Add the javascript snippet to the HTML on your page templates right before the closing head tag or anywhere between the open and close body tags. The higher up you place it in your page code, the sooner it will begin to work when your pages load.

Tynt Script Placement Example
Tynt Script Placement Example

Simple Machines Forum

You can add an SMF mod to integrate Tynt Publisher Tools.

Read More: http://www.theinfostrides.com/index.php/topic,4362.0.html

Installing the Tynt Publisher Tools Javascript to a site built w/php

Insert our script tag in your .PHP file in exactly same way you would with HTML, right before the close head tag or anywhere between the open and close body tags.

When using Tynt Publisher Tools with php and the Smarty Template Engine

Add the Tynt Publisher Tools script to your common header or footer file enclosed in literal tags, to ensure the template engine correctly inserts the Javascript.

Read More: http://www.smarty.net/manual/en/language.function.literal.php.

Smarty Tynt script placement example

Inserting Tynt Publisher Tools into vBulletin

Similar to adding the Google Analytics code.

Go to your forum admin panel > Open Styles & templates > Edit header > paste in the code > Save

Read More: http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?p=2191101.

Mango Plugin for Tynt

Props to Brice Cheddarn, Tynt Publisher Tools code can easily be added to your Mango platform using the Mango plugin.

Download and Read More.