Streaming live at 10am (PST)

Webflow hosted (SSL) site with OneSignal

Hello people!
I’ve been looking around for a solution to get OneSignal Push Notifications to work on a webflow hosted SSL site, without any luck. In the OneSignal documentation you can read that you’re supposed to upload 2 JS-files and 1 json file to your root domain, put some code in your header and be good to go. The issue being that I can’t upload the required files to my root with webflow hosting. Are there any workarounds for doing this? Feels really bad to be limited like this.

[Edit]
Using the http (non SSL) version is a workaround but I’d like to know if there’s a way with SSL.

1 Like

@callmejacklogan The notifications in general never go to Gmail (even from deferent push notifications providers). The notification is part of the Notification API in the browser. Also, it shouldn’t slow your site at all. The size of the .js files are extremely small.

@albinlang The way to get this working is by using the non-https solution even if you site is https.

After you have set the option “My site is not fully https” and finished all you other configuration, click on save. You will be taken to another step where you have to copy a small code into your webflow site. You do this in the custom code section.