Easy Window Sticker

Adding the window sticker icon to your website requires three steps:

  1. Get a Vendor ID
  2. Paste the Setup Code
  3. Paste the Window Sticker Code

Step 1: Get a Vendor ID

Fill out this form to receive your Vendor ID by email.

Your vendor ID is MonroneyLabelsTest


Step 2: Paste the Setup Code

To get started, include this script at the top of your pages:

    <script src="//labels-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/icon.js"></script>

This code sets up the Javascript object which will test whether a VIN can be fully automatically decoded.

Include this script on every page on your site that will show a window sticker. It should appear at the top of every Vehicle Description Page(VDP) and Search Results Page(SRP).


Step 3: Paste the Window Sticker Code

Paste the following code anywhere a car's information appears:

<span class="monroney-labels" data-year="YEAR" data-make="MAKE" data-vin="VIN" data-vendor-id="VENDOR_ID"></span>

Replace VENDOR_ID with your Vendor ID.

Replace YEAR with the car's year.

Replace MAKE with the car's make.

Replace VIN with the car's VIN number.

When you're done, it should look like this:

<span class="monroney-labels" data-year="2013" data-make="Chrysler" data-vin="1GCVKREH3FZ413294" data-vendor-id="MonroneyLabelsTest"></span>

That's all you need to do to make the window sticker icon appear.


Placement

Use the following guidelines to place the window sticker:

  1. Only on used cars.
  2. On every Vehicle Description Page(VDP) and Search Results Page(SRP).
  3. Next to the Carfax logo

Example2


Customization (optional)

Big sticker

Feel free to use CSS to update the look and feel of the window sticker link. If you want a big window sticker icon like this one, add this code:

<style>
.monroney-labels > a {
    background: url(//labels-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/big-sticker.png);
    background-size: contain;
    display: block;
    height: 288px;
    margin: 0 auto;
    padding: 0;
    text-indent: -99999px;
    width: 252px;
}
.monroney-labels img {
    display: none !important;
}
</style>

Problems?


Questions?

We're always happy to help with code or other questions you might have! Email us.