Online ordering can be added directly to your website with the Baker menu embed code. Adding a menu of inventory to your website that allows your customers to quickly place orders can dramatically increase revenue. We offer an easy to install iframe (inline frame) code that you can put on your hosted webpage.
Embedding your Shop page will show customers your available inventory and specials. Additionally, if you use Online Ordering, your customers viewing the embedded Shop page will be able to make a purchase. Before embedding the menu, be sure you have gone over your inventory settings and your Online Ordering features to be sure you are creating the best experience for your customers!
Your menu is offered as a widget that you can embed on your webpage within an iframe. We commonly refer to this snippet of code as your iframe. You'll find this code and the settings related to it within your Preferences page.
In the Baker Kitchen, click the top right circle and select Preferences. From the Preferences page, choose Shop.
You’ll see settings for your Shop page. Keep in mind that any of these settings will apply to both your embedded menu and the Baker hosted menu.
This article covers getting set up with Shop.
Once you're certain the settings are in line with what you want for your customers, you can find your embed code in the Shop section of Preferences. Use the COPY button to quickly copy out the code.
Install the Embed Code
The embed code will need to be installed in your webpage body. This can be a simple copy and paste into most websites. Keep in mind that any existing code on the page can affect the sizing and formatting of the embedded widget.
A standard embedded widget will look like this:
The iframe will resize to fit the body elements you have for your page. If you have a web developer, they can help customize your site to further expand the size of the menu to match your layout. We cannot assist with custom code at this time so we suggest working with a consultant or your internal team to ensure it's in line with your standards.