API integration is an option that allows you to use widgets such as a Twitter feed, MailChimp or other third-party plugins related to social media or Google Analytics. You will need to set some options on those third-party websites and enter keys into the Theme Options > Global Settings > API Integrations section of Jupiter.
In this article we’ll describe the options available in API integrations and how to get API keys.
To be able to use Twitter widget or Twitter Feeds element in Visual Composer editor, you need get Twitter keys at first.
Once approved, you will be able to create new apps from developer.twitter.com.
If you decided to use MailChimp Subscribe Form in the header toolbar or the MailChimp Subscribe Form shortcode from Visual Composer editor, you need create MailChimp API key and List ID to get it working.
There is another option in MailChimp settings: Mailchimp Opt-In Email. Activate it if you want the subscribers to receive a Please Confirm Subscription email.
Google Maps API Key
Google Maps API Key is required when you show a google map on your pages with help of Advanced Google Maps shortcode. To get the key please follow these steps:
Read more about getting Google API here.
This field is here to track your site with Google Analytics. Jupiter does not support Event Tracking. To use this feature, a 3rd-party plugin is required, like Tracking Code Manager.
Also we suggest you to read our post about Google Analytics. We hope it will be interesting for you.
Typekit Kit ID
Typekit Kit ID field is required to use Typekit fonts.
How to get this ID you can find in the article Integrating Typekit.
If you have any questions regarding API Integrations, please don’t hesitate to contact our support team.