Elementor Popups: how to trigger a popup from the header

Elementor Popups

Elementor Popups: how to trigger a popup from the header

Elementor popups: you may hate popups or love them, but whatever the case, they work and they’re here to stay! Now question: if you use Elementor Pro Popups, how can you launch popups from the navigation menu? Let’s find out!

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hello my name is Kaycinho, I’m a digital alchemist and today we’re going to take a look at how you can trigger popups from the navigation of your Elementor Pro powered website, whichever WordPress theme you are using.

And if you are using the Astra WordPress Theme, I will show you how to trigger a popup from the Astra theme navigation.

So, let’s dive in!

Elementor Popups: using the Elementor Pro header feature

Elementor popups : step 1 – Create Popup

  • First of all, in the WordPress admin, create a popup by going to Templates > Popups > Add new
  • Give it a name
  • Design your popup or use a template
  • Publish your popup

Elementor popups : step 2 – Create the Navigation

  • In the WordPress admin, go to Templates > Theme Builder > Headers > add new
  • Create your header
  • Publish

Elementor popups : step 3 – Create the trigger

  • In the header, add a button / image or text.
  • Click the dynamic link option above the Link field and select Popup in the list.
  • Click on the wrench icon next to the popup options and start typing to find the previously saved popup.
  • Publish

Elementor Popups: using the Astra WordPress theme header

Elementor popups : step 1 – Create Popup

  • First of all, in the WordPress admin, create a popup by going to Templates > Popups > Add new
  • Give it a name
  • Design your popup or use a template
  • Publish your popup

Elementor popups : step 2 – Create the trigger

  • In the WordPress admin, go to Templates and create a new section
  • Add a an image / text or button to your section
  • Click the dynamic link option above the Link field and select Popup in the list.
  • Click on the wrench icon next to the popup options and start typing to find the previously saved popup.
  • Right click on the image / text or button and save it as global element
  • Publish

Elementor popups : step 3 – Add widget in the customizer

  • In the WordPress admin, go to Appearance > Customizer
  • Then in the customizer go to Layout > Primary header and select widget as last element of the navigation
  • Then in the customizer go to Widgets > Header and add an Elementor library element
  • In the dropdown list, select the previously saved global element from step 2 then publish
  • If you don’t see it the global element in the list, click the publish button, then refresh the browser page, and go back to Widgets > Header > Elementor Library and try again. The global element should be there.
  • Publish

 

Elementor popups: what’s your favorite feature?

Elementor popups: what's your favorite feature?

So, I hope that this video taught you how to trigger Elementor Popups from the navigation of your WordPress website! By the way, I’d be curious to know what is your favorite feature about Elementor Popups?

Let me know in the comments!

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