You can use OpenTable to allow visitors to your site to book reservations to your restaurant. Once you have received your OpenTable ID, you can add the OpenTable Block to your site so visitors can book reservations.
Note: If your restaurant is not already in the OpenTable network, you can sign up your restaurant by filling out the form at the bottom of this page to receive an OpenTable Restaurant ID.
Step 1 - Add the OpenTable Block
In the Content Manager , view a page and click the + Add Block button:
or to add a block to a blog post, click the + button that displays at the bottom of the post editor:
In the Add a Block overlay, select the Structure tab, then click and drag the OpenTable Block to position it within your content or just click it to place it below your content.
Note: Use the instructions in this guide to add this block to the sidebar of a Page or Blog. Sidebars are supported by specific templates.
Step 2 - Enter your OpenTable Restaurant ID
Enter your OpenTable Restaurant ID within the OpenTable Block configuration.
Note: If you do not know where to locate your OpenTable Restaurant ID, you can find reach out Open Table's Support team here.
Step 3 - Save the OpenTable Block
Click the Save button to save the OpenTable Block to your site.
Note: The OpenTable block contains embedded code and will only be rendered on the front of your site. The block will not appear within the Content Manager.
Step 4 - Preview the OpenTable Block
Click the icon to view the OpenTable Block on your site. This may appear differently depending on the template you are using.
Note: Currently, OpenTable only allows for adding one OpenTable block on a page.
Step 5 - Adjust the OpenTable Block Styling (Optional)
You can make style changes to the OpenTable Block from within the Style Editor. These include options for adjusting the block color and controling the display of icons.
To access the Style Editor, click the icon within the Preview to open the Style Editor on the left of your site.
Use the Color value to adjust the color of the OpenTable block.
Check the Hide OpenTabe Icons checkbox to hide the icons displaying within the OpenTable Block.