How to Add a Scroll Triggered Popup to Your Blog Posts in Divi

How to Add a Scroll Triggered Popup to Your Blog Posts in Divi

Adding a scroll triggered popup to your blog posts seems like a really smart thing to do. You may have seen them before when reading other blogs. As the user scrolls to a certain point of the post (usually the end), a box containing some call to action suddenly appears. The whole purpose of a scroll triggered popup is to present a targeted call to action to visitors at the exact moment you want them to see it on the page. In short, it is a great tool for boosting conversions or gaining qualified leads. Because of this, many conversion boosting plugins (like our very own Bloom or like Optin Monster) allow you to do this very same thing.

In this tutorial, we will show you how to add a scroll triggered popup to your blog posts in Divi from scratch, without a plugin. To do this we will be using the Divi Theme Builder to design a popup that features a related post by category and also a popup that includes an email optin. The scroll triggering will be accomplished using a small snippet of jQuery.

Let’s get started!

Sneak Peek

Here is a quick look at the scroll triggered popups we will be creating.

We’ll create on popup to reveal a related post (by category) as seen below.

scroll triggered popup

And we’ll also show you how to add an email optin to the popup as well as seen here.

scroll triggered popup

scroll triggered popup

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This article was written by Jason Champagne and originally published on Elegant Themes Blog.

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