Implementing the iPerceptions Script for Desktop-only Surveys

by Phil A.

UPDATE: MAY 5 2015

Please note that the content in this article focuses on a legacy version of the iPerceptions code, and as such may no longer be applicable. To learn more about our Universal Code, please check out this section of our support forum, as well as this section for more information about implementing the Universal Code.



UPDATED: September 18 2013


Regardless of whether you are implementing an iPerceptions Certified Survey or a Custom Survey, we recommend the following:

- Placing the iPerceptions JavaScript tag immediately above the closing </body> tag of the page(s) you want to invite visitors to leave their feedback

- Placing the iPerceptions JavaScript tag inside a global footer to invite visitors to leave feedback on all pages

- Not placing iPerceptions JavaScript tag within an iFrame


We strongly recommend testing the iPerceptions script within a testing environment before pushing it to production.  If a testing environment is not available to you, one option you may consider would be implementing the iPerceptions script within a test page which is not linked to your website’s navigation.  We strongly recommend following these procedures to ensure that the iPerceptions script and invitation appear correctly on your website. 


Please refer to the documentation provided here which provides an overview of both the iPerceptions invitation methodology employed by iPerceptions for surveys on Desktop, along with some additional instructions and FAQs on script implementation.  

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