Elementor Popups are way more than just popups and in this episode, I’m going to show you how to create a mobile quick links navigation with dynamic links that can add great value to your mobile website. So grab and a cup of coffee and let’s get started!
hello, I’m your host Kaycinho, I’m a digital alchemist, and today I’m going to show you how to create a mobile quick links navigation with the help of Elementor Popups.
Now, we could also achieve that by simply creating an Elementor Pro footer, but I want to show you how to achieve that with Elementor Popups.
Because there might be some cases when you need some of the options that come with Elementor Popups, such as giving the user the ability to close the quick navigation bar.
So, enough talking, let’s dive in!
Elementor Popups mobile navbar: step 1
- First of all, in the WordPress admin, create a popup by going to Templates > Popups > Add new
- Give it a name, like for example Contact Form Popup
- Design your popup or use a template
- Publish your popup (conditions = include on whole site, no triggers, no advanced settings
Elementor Popups mobile navbar: step 2
- In the WordPress admin, create a popup by going to Templates > Popups > Add new
- Give it a name, like for example Mobile Navbar Popup
- Once in Elementor, design your popup by adding 4 sections with one icon / image in each section (for example Phone / Whatsapp / Contact / Waze)
- Click the settings gear icon (bottom left corner of the window) and make sure you align the section to the bottom of the screen as well as disable the overlay
- Tweak the rest of the popup settings to your liking
- Back to styling the section and icons / images, for each icon, in the field link, select Dynamic > Contact URL and select the appropriate option from the dropdown (Skype, Whatsapp, etc.)
- When it comes to the “Contact” icon, in the link field, select Dynamic > Popup, and in the search bar type the Contact Form Popup created in step 1, and select it
- Publish your popup (conditions = include on whole site, trigger On load after 1 second, and in the Advanced settings > Devices, show only mobile
Elementor Popups mobile navbar: variation
With this variation, you can show only one icon that will always be floating.
The perfect use case for this is when you want to show a phone icon so that your website’s mobile visitors can call you in a couple of taps.
Check the video tutorial for the complete step-by-step.
Elementor Popups mobile navbar: what’s next?
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So, I hope that this video showed you the power of Elementor Popups, and that you will create a beautiful user interface with smart and handy dynamic links, with the help of Elementor Popups!
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