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README.md

Fig.js

Fig.js is a simple plugin that allows any web application to easily and quickly integrate a mechanism to solicit and collect feedback from users. No accounts or registration required. Just include fig.js in your webapp and collected feedback will flow directly to an email inbox of your choosing. Incredibly lightweight, simple, and powerful.

For more information, visit https://usefig.com.

Quick Start

For the most up-to-date instructions, please visit the Fig Quick Start.

First, download fig.js and ensure it is in a location accessible from your web application. Then, simply include the following code snippet in the <head> of your webpage:

<script>
  (function(y,o,d,a,w,g){y[a]=y[a]||function(){(y[a].e=y[a].e||[]).push(arguments)};
   w=o.createElement(d);w.async=1;w.src='path/to/fig.js';
   g=o.getElementsByTagName(d)[0];g.parentNode.insertBefore(w,g)
   })(window,document,'script','fig');
  fig({'email': 'your@email.here'});
</script>

Don't forget to edit 'path/to/fig.js' and 'your@email.here' with the appropriate values.

Documentation / Advanced Usage

Please read the official Fig Documentation for advanced usage. This enables the optional use of custom colors, positioning, text copy, etc.

License

Released under the MIT license.