Create a Popup Area

This guide walks you through all steps of creating a new Popup using Divi Areas Pro.

Divi Areas UI

After installing and activating Divi Areas Pro you will see the new menu item “Divi Areas” in the wp-admin dashboard. You create and configure your Areas here, without having to modify any post or page.

What we do

For this article we will create a sample Popup that is displayed only on your contact page, for all users, once per day.

  1. Create a new Divi Area.
  2. Set the title to “Contact Page Popup” and Area Type to “Popup”
  3. Scroll to the “Page Rules” section and enable “Page Limitation“.
    Click on the “Specific Pages” line to bring up the page selector – here I select the “Contact Us” page.
    Note: You might first need to create such a contact page, or use a different target page instead.
  4. Open the “Trigger” tab to configure a new timed trigger.
    Click the Plus icon to configure a new trigger.
    In the trigger editor, choose the type “After delay” and set the delay to “3sec“.
    Confirm the dialog with the green button at the bottom.
  5. Open the “Behavior” tab to configure the keep-closed behavior.
    Scroll to the bottom and open the section “Keep Closed
    Enable the flag “Keep Area Closed” and enter a close delay – I use “1day” in my sample.
  6. Add some content to the Popup Area and publish it.
  7. Test the Popup by visiting the page you configured in Step 3 above. You will see the Popup after 3 seconds. If you added the keep-closed behavior, you will not see the Popup again when you close it.



If you follow the descriptions and screenshots above, you will have a working Popup that displays once per day on your contact page.

Note, that we have not checked any option in the “For User-Role” or “For Device” sections. That means, that the Area is activated for all users (guests and logged-in users) and displayed on all devices.

Also see, how we created a Popup on the contact-page without actually editing the contact page!

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