How Do I Add a Site to My Discord Server?


Angela Bailey

Adding a site to your Discord server can be a great way to provide easy access to important resources for your community members. Whether you want to share an external website, a helpful tool, or even an online game, Discord allows you to do so with just a few simple steps. In this tutorial, we will walk you through the process of adding a site to your Discord server.

Step 1: Open Your Discord Server

To begin, open Discord and navigate to the server where you want to add the site. Make sure you have the necessary permissions as an administrator or have been given the appropriate roles by the server owner.

Step 2: Click on Server Settings

Next, locate the server name at the top-left corner of your screen and click on it. This will open a dropdown menu. From the dropdown menu, select “Server Settings”.

Step 3: Navigate to Webhooks

In the left sidebar of the Server Settings window, locate and click on “Webhooks”. This will take you to the Webhooks settings page.

Step 4: Create a New Webhook

To add a new site to your Discord server, click on “Create Webhook”. A popup window will appear where you can configure the webhook settings.

  • Name: Choose a name for your webhook that reflects the purpose of adding the site.
  • Channel: Select which channel you want the site added in.
  • Webhook URL: Copy or note down this URL as it is required for integrating with external services.
  • Note: You can further customize your webhook by adding a profile picture or adjusting other settings, but these are optional.

Once you have filled in the necessary details, click on “Save” to create the webhook.

Step 5: Integrate the Webhook with Your Site

Now that you have created the webhook, it’s time to integrate it with your site. This will allow your Discord server to display messages or updates from the site in the specified channel.

Depending on your site’s platform or CMS (Content Management System), the integration process may vary. However, most platforms will have a section where you can add external services or plugins.

  • WordPress: Install a Discord webhook plugin and enter the webhook URL in the settings.
  • Custom HTML/JavaScript: Use JavaScript to send messages to your Discord server using the webhook URL.
  • Other Platforms: Consult your platform’s documentation or support resources for instructions on integrating webhooks.

An Example Using JavaScript

If you are using custom HTML/JavaScript, here is an example of how you can use JavaScript to send a message to your Discord server:

function sendMessageToDiscord() {
  var url = "YOUR_WEBHOOK_URL";
  var message = "Hello from my site!";
  var xhr = new XMLHttpRequest();"POST", url, true);
  xhr.setRequestHeader('Content-Type', 'application/json');
  var data = JSON.stringify({"content": message});

In this example, replace “YOUR_WEBHOOK_URL” with the actual webhook URL you obtained in Step 4. You can then call the sendMessageToDiscord() function whenever you want to send a message to your server.

Step 6: Test Your Integration

After integrating the webhook with your site, it’s important to test the connection to ensure everything is working as expected. You can do this by triggering an event on your site that should send a message to Discord.

For example, if you have set up a webhook for a blog and want to notify your Discord server whenever a new post is published, create a test post and check if the message appears in the designated channel.


Congratulations! You have successfully added a site to your Discord server.

Now you can easily share important resources or updates with your community members. Remember, webhooks can be a powerful tool for automating notifications and enhancing communication between your site and Discord.

Be sure to explore additional features and settings available in Discord’s webhook system for further customization and control over how messages are displayed in your server channels!

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