Support » Plugin: wBounce » Using a button instead of an optin

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  • Plugin Author kevinweber

    (@kevinweber)

    Hi Chris,

    you can actually insert any content you like. You can customise the template or even displace it at all. Just insert your button code.

    Best regards,

    Kevin

    I’m sorry Kevin, i’m not much of a coder. What template are you referring to? Something in the plugin itself? Or the field editor in the settings panel of the plugin?

    thanks man!

    Plugin Author kevinweber

    (@kevinweber)

    You can find the template right below the “wBounce content” box in the settings panel.
    It is introduced with “Exemplary template:“. Copy this into the box. Then you have to manually change it.

    You can also use a code like that:

    <div class="modal-title">
      <h3>Insert a title for your popup</h3>
    </div>
    
    <div class="modal-body">
      <p>Any text you like</p>
    
      <p><a class="btn" href="http://yourcustomlink">Call to action text</a></p>
    </div>
    
    <div class="modal-footer">
      <p>no thanks</p>
    </div>

    Now you have to add some styling to your link/button.
    You can create a button style with a tool like http://css3buttongenerator.com/

    Then copy the generated CSS code into the text field “Custom CSS” in the settings panel.

    Regards,

    Kevin

    Perfect! Thanks so much Kevin and keep up the great work with this awesome plugin my friend

    Plugin Author kevinweber

    (@kevinweber)

    Nice to hear!
    You would be amazing when you at least rate wBounce with a 5-star rating here.

    Done.

    You can check out my customization of it here:

    Thanks for your help dude

    Plugin Author kevinweber

    (@kevinweber)

    You’re amazing! Thanks for the link – looks great! 🙂
    (Feel free to recommend the plugin to your peers.)

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