WordPress Plugin Installation

Last updated 01/17/2024

Installing and setting up the Bread & Butter WordPress Plugin is quick and easy. On completion of these steps, you’ll be ready to use Bread & Butter. Simply follow the steps below.

Step 1

Download the WordPress plugin here:


Step 2

Log in to your WordPress admin panel as an Administrator.

Step 3

  • Go to Plugins on the left side menu, then click the Add New Plugin button at the top.
  • Click the Upload Plugin button at the top.
  • Choose the ZIP file you downloaded in Step 1 and click Install Now.
  • Once installed, click Activate and you will be taken directly to the setup tab.

Step 4

On the Setup tab, follow the steps on the page to Sign in or Sign up. You can choose to create an account with your email address and password, or log in with Google or any of the other listed Identity Providers.

Step 5

If you’re a new Bread & Butter customer, your account will be automatically created. Please skip to Step 6.

If you are an existing Bread & Butter customer, you may see a screen where you can choose an existing app, or create a new one.

  • If you want to create a brand new app for your website, click Create New App for your WordPress website
  • If you want your website connected to an existing app, see WordPress Plugin – Advanced Setup.

The app is created, and you are taken to the Dashboard page, where you’ll see that the setup was successful.

Step 6

Congratulations! Your WordPress website is now set up with your new Bread & Butter app.

You can click Take Me There in the right menu to see user activity appear on your Bread & Butter Dashboard as they visit.

Note: If you don’t see any activity in the Bread & Butter Dashboard, try going to your website’s homepage. You should then see your visit appear in your Bread & Butter & Butter Dashboard after you refresh the page.

If you do not see your users’ page visits on the Dashboard, please don’t hesitate to contact us at support@breadbutter.io.

Step 7

Now you’re ready to enable conversion tools on your website: