Support » Plugin: PopBox For Elementor » Feeling very fortune

  • I thought that I saw this plugin before in the past, and in my memory it was split into free and pro/premium and that there were restrictions, but I must have it confused with something else.

    I also thought that it was a “step out of the way” to have a custom post type just for making the content, rather than building out the content right in Elementor, but the more I think about it, this is a nice, compartmentalized way to do it, it takes zero time (it might be slower and unwieldy to do it right in Elementor, honestly), plus it’s treated like a regular post or page, so you can do default WordPress content or make the popup’s content itself in Elementor (and it’s responsive inside the popup!)

    Here’s the crazy reality: This could be a paid plugin for its usefulness, because someone asked me if there was an easy way to do popups in Elementor, I installed this, made a new post, added some content, went to an Elementor page, dropped this plugin’s button widget on there, told it the post I wanted it to steal from, and it just worked. The whole process was maaaaybe two minutes? That’s intuitive!

    Oh, and the sheer amount of controls for styling is insane. The button controls are reminiscent of the actual button widget (adding icons and such) and everything about the popup is not only available (like the color for the close button) but mostly editable by screen size (changing the max width of the popup depending on the screen width, for example).

    Can’t say enough. Thank you for this gift!

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