This guide will walk you through the process of embedding your Decision Tree into a straightforward HTML page. Whether you plan to integrate this into a WordPress site, an Unbounce site, or another web platform, understanding how to do so within an HTML page is a great starting point.

  • Sometimes you might want to embed your Decision Tree in a web page that you can upload to a web server instance.
  • In this article, lets assume you want to embed your Decision Tree in a plain HTML page.
  • First you would need to create a page. To make life easy here is a template you can copy/paste.


  • A fully created Decision Tree
  • Basic understanding of HTML

Step-by-Step Instructions:

Step 1: Begin by creating a new HTML page. If you’re unfamiliar with this process, below is a simple template that you can use:

<!DOCTYPE html>

<!-- Make the page responsive for mobile screens -->
<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1">

<!-- Paste your Decision Tree code here. (And then save you file) -->


Step 2: Copy this template and paste it into your HTML file.

Step 3: Locate the line within the <body> tags that says <!– Paste your Decision Tree code here. (And then save your file) –>.

Step 4: Replace this line with the code for your Decision Tree.

Step 5: Save your HTML file.

Here’s a video to explain:

Tips: Make sure your Decision Tree is fully tested and functioning as expected before embedding it.
Always keep a backup of your original HTML file before making changes.


  • If your Decision Tree doesn’t display correctly, ensure that the Decision Tree code was pasted correctly and that no errors were made during copying and pasting.
  • If the Decision Tree doesn’t function as expected, make sure all prerequisites of the Decision Tree are met.


Embedding your Decision Tree into an HTML page can be a quick task with the right steps. Always remember to test the final result to ensure it works as expected.

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