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Juicer code and its placement within websites

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Installing Juicer on a Wordpress site

You can use a Wordpress plugin and shortcode for Juicer, or install it the traditional way
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What to do if Juicer is breaking parts of your website

The standard embed code for Juicer can sometimes interfere with other functions on the page, typically navigation menus. Try this fix.
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When your feed will not load

Some possible fixes when the Juicer feed will not render properly on your website
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The Juicer API

Juicer's API can be used by developers for creating a custom solution
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What to do if Juicer is slowing down your website's loading speed

Juicer feeds often contain many images, which can cause slowdown on your site. Here are a few workarounds.
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Juicer's accessibility

Juicer is screen-reader-friendly and built to be accessible
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Adding Juicer to a Shopify website

Installing your Juicer feed into a Shopify websites takes a few additional steps that we cover here
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Adding a Juicer feed into a Tumblr post

Steps for displaying a Juicer social feed within your Tumblr blog entry
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Installing Juicer on a Magento website or other RequireJS system

A fix for displaying Juicer on websites that use RequireJS
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