Popups

Popups are call to action modal windows that popup and overlay the page at a specified moment or under specific triggers and conditions. Popups are designed to focus a user’s attention once they have taken an action.

To begin, go to Templates > Popups. Control the layout, conditions, rules and styles of the popup,and then design the popup content.

Note: Click the Popup Settings gear icon in the panel bottom toolbar to edit the popup settings.

Design Popup

Settings

Layout

  1. Width: Set the exact width of the popup, using either px or vh
  2. Height: Set the exact height of the popup, using either px or vh. Use 100vh for both width and height to create full-screen popups
  3. Horizontal: Choose the horizontal position of the popup, from Left, Center or Right
  4. Vertical: Choose the vertical position of the popup, from Top, Center, or Bottom
  5. Overlay: Show or Hide the background overlay
  6. Close Button: Choose to Show or Hide the Close button
  7. Show Button After x seconds (if Show Close Button was chosen): Select the number of seconds to wait before showing the close button
  8. Entrance Animation: Choose the popup’s entrance animation such as fade and zoom from the dropdown selections. Choose any animation effect to preview the effect.
  9. Animation Duration: Set the length of time for animation, in milliseconds

General Settings

  1. Title: Enter the title of popup. This title will only show on the backend, not to the user.
  2. Status: Draft, Pending Review, Private, or Published

Preview Settings

  1. Preview Dynamic Content as: Choose from any Archives, Pages, Posts, Media, or 404 pages.

Note: To see the content you've chosen, you must reload the page after selecting the dynamic content.

Style

Popup

  1. Background Type: Choose a background color, image, or gradient
  2. Border Type: Select the type of border, choosing from none, solid, double, dotted, dashed, or grooved
  3. Border Radius: Set the border radius to control corner roundness
  4. Box Shadow: Adjust box shadow options

Overlay

  1. Background Type: Choose a background color, image, or gradient

Close Button

  1. Position: Choose to display the Close button on the Inside or the Outside of the popup
  2. Vertical Position: Use the slider to select the vertical position of the Close button
  3. Horizontal Position: Use the slider to select the horizontal position of the Close button
Normal | Hover
  1. Color: Select the color of the Close button for both the Normal and Hover states
  2. Background Color:  Choose the background color of the Close button for both the Normal and Hover states
  3. Size: Set the size of the close button

Advanced

Advanced

  1. Close on Background Click: Select Yes to close the popup when clicked
  2. Automatically Close After (ms): Enter the number of ms to wait before automatically closing the popup. Leave blank to disable automatic close.
  3. Disable Page Scrolling: Select Yes to prevent users from scrolling the page shown behind the popup
  4. Avoid Multiple Popups: If the user has seen another popup on the page he visits, hide this popup by selecting Yes
  5. Margin: Adjust the margins
  6. Padding: Adjust the padding around the popup

Custom CSS

Custom CSS: Enter your own CSS



Control Popup via Publish Settings

Set Conditions

Conditions allow you to set on which pages of your website the popup will appear.

Set the conditions that determine where your popup is used (excluding manual triggering). For example, add an Include condition and choose Singular > Front Page to only show the popup on the site’s home page. Learn more about Conditions.

Set Triggers

Triggers are the user actions that cause your campaign to popup. Select Yes or No for each option that will cause the popup to occur.

  1. On Page Load: If set to Yes, set the number of seconds to wait, upon page load, before popup is triggered.
  2. On Scroll: If set to Yes, select direction (Up or Down) and the amount to scroll before popup is triggered. Down scroll is based on the percentage of the page scrolled down; Up scroll is based on the number of pixels scrolled up.
  3. On Scroll To Element: If set to Yes, enter the Selector name (CSS ID) that will trigger the popup when user scrolls to it. You must add the CSS ID to the Advanced tab of the element as well.
  4. On Click: If set to Yes, enter the number of clicks that will trigger the popup
  5. After Inactivity: If set to Yes, enter the number of seconds of user inactivity that will trigger the popup.
  6. On Page Exit Intent: Set to Yes to trigger the popup when user’s mouse activity indicates intent to exit the page

Advanced Rules

Advanced Rules specify other requirements that must be met to generate a popup.

  1. Show after X page views: If set to Yes, set the number of page views before popup is triggered.
  2. Show after X sessions: If set to Yes, set the number of user sessions before popup is triggered.
  3. When arriving from specific URL: If set to Yes, Show or Hide the popup if a user arrives from a specific URL (enter the specific URL). Regex is an option for advanced users to set advanced rules for matching URL patterns.
  4. Show when arriving from: If set to Yes, show if user arrives from search engines, an external link (enter URL of specific link) and/or an internal link (enter URL of specific link).
  5. Hide for logged in users: Set to Yes to hide popup for all logged-in users or from select custom roles. For websites with cache, this feature might not work properly
  6. Show on devices: Set to Yes to choose to show on Desktop, Tablet, and/or Mobile devices

Control Popup Via Manual Triggering

Popups can be triggered manually. Dynamic links can use the Popup Action to open or close a Popup. Form can use the Actions After Submit option to open or close a Popup.

  • From any link element, choose Dynamic > Actions > Popup. Click Popup to select either Open Popup or Close Popup. If Close Popup is chosen, the option, "Don't Show Again" will become an available option.
  • From an Elementor form, choose Actions After Submit > Add Action > Open Popup or Close Popup