Would you like to learn more about all of the settings available in Nelio Popups? In addition to tons of customization options within the WordPress’ block editor, Nelio Popups has an extensive list of options available. This includes choosing where to show your popup, adding conditions, setting up styles, and more.
In this tutorial, we’ll cover all of the settings available in the Nelio Popups plugin.
Table of Contents
Accessing Nelio Popups Settings
To access the settings of a popup in Nelio Popups, follow these steps:
- Go to Nelio Popups » All Popups and edit the one you want.
- In the editor sidebar, go to the Settings panel.
This will automatically open to the Style settings tab, however you can click on any tab icon along the top of the Settings panel to access additional settings. The list of tabs includes the following sections:
Let’s review each of them.
Settings in the Style section are potentially relevant to all users. Nelio Popups makes it easy to catch visitor’s attention and increase conversions with styled popups.
Within this section you can set the size of the popup, define where in the viewport do you want it to appear, select an opening animation, set the margin and padding values for the popup container, indicate if you want it to have a border or a shadow, and even play a sound when the popup opens.
If you would like to explore every option related to styling a popup, check out how to set up popup styles with Nelio Popups.
Settings under the Locations section will help you define where in your site you want to display your popup. By default, your popup is set to be shown everywhere on your site. This means that each visitor landing everywhere on your site will see the popup.
But you can create complex condition groups to decide the locations in which your popup appears. Available conditions include selecting specific post types and post type instances, taxonomies, and even concrete URLs.
If you would like to explore every option related to popup locations, check out how to set up popup locations with Nelio Popups.
A popup trigger is an event that makes your popup appear. In other words, a popup trigger is what makes your popup, well, pop up on a post or page of your site.
Since a popup trigger is what makes your popups appear, they are downright crucial for your popup to work. In other words, if you want your visitors to see your popups, you’ll need triggers for your popups to display.
There are multiple triggers available in Nelio Popups. Note that some of them require the purchase of Nelio Popups Premium and the activation of a license.
If you would like to explore the functionality of each available trigger, please refer to the complete guide to popup triggers with Nelio Popups.
A popup condition is a rule that must be followed to make your popup appear. They are downright crucial for your popup to work. In other words, if you want your visitors to see your popups, your conditions need to be true for your popups to display.
There are multiple conditions available in Nelio Popups. Note that some of them require the purchase of Nelio Popups Premium and the activation of a license.
If you would like to explore the functionality of each available condition, please refer to the complete guide to popup conditions with Nelio Popups.
Nelio Popups includes advanced settings to manage your popup. These settings increase the functionality of your popup and allows you to increase the complexity of the things you can do with popups on your site.
There you will find advanced settings to deal with multiple popups showing at once, decide if you want to show a popup on mobile devices, limit popup displays, closing a popup, or even create a cookie on popup display.
If you would like to explore the advanced settings, please check out how to set up popup advanced settings with Nelio Popups.