Getting started with popups
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Installing the notification feed on your website
Custom Setup Guides for Shopify Themes
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How to Create an Average Cart Value Booster
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How to create unique Shopify discount codes in your popups
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How to add Wisepops to a custom website?
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Display a campaign when a product is added to the cart (Shopify)
How to add Wisepops to a Wix website
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Wisepops on Single-Page Applications
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Design Your Campaign
Write Your Own CSS Rules into Your Popups
Create a Spin-to-Win Campaign
Create a Thank You Message (or Display a Coupon) After Sign-Up
Use a custom font in your campaign
How To Add a Video to a Popup?
Insert social widgets into your popups
Form & Fields
Collect the URL on which the popup form is submitted
Collect the UTM parameters when a popup form is submitted
Adding more fields to your form
Select the dates available in your forms
Collect phone numbers
Target a Popup To Display on Link Click
Target a Popup To Display on Hover
Trigger a Popup When Your Visitors Press the Back Button
Adding a delay to your popup
Create an Exit Popup
Set Custom Events to Trigger Popups
How To Test Your Geotargeted Popups
Chrome’s Update and Its Impact on Source URL Targeting
Target a Specific Campaign
Exclude Your Existing Subscribers
Target or Exclude a Specific Country, Region or City
Target a specific language
Custom display rules
Contextual Targeting for Dummies
Set up Custom Properties for Wisepops
How To Test Your Custom Properties
Shopify Built-In Properties
How to Target (or Exclude) Visitors Who Have Seen a Specific URL
Use Google Tag Manager Variables as Custom Properties
Use Shopify Liquid Variables as Custom Properties
How To Retarget Visitors Who Saw a Specific Page on Your Website
Set Custom Properties Based on Cookie Values
Default Custom Properties in Magento
Display a Popup Based on an Alexa Rank Condition (With Clearbit)
Create SEO Mobile-friendly Popups
Scheduling your campaigns
Archiving, Deleting or Restoring campaigns
How to duplicate and move a campaign
Stopping and Starting Campaigns
Set up the Google Analytics integration
Use Google Analytics to break down your popups performance by traffic channel
Wisepops events in Google Analytics (Universal Analytics)
Wisepops events in Google Analytics (GA4)
Use Google Analytics to identify the pages where your popups perform best
Use Google Analytics to analyze Wisepops impact on your sales
Track clicks on your links using Google Analytics
Set up Goal Tracking for Wisepops
How to set up Goal Tracking in Shopify
How to Set Up Goal Tracking in Magento
How to set up goal tracking using Google Tag Manager
Disable Wisepops on my device
How to Filter Out Internal Traffic
How to track clicks in HTML blocks
Time zone used for reporting
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How to track signups with a tracking pixel
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Send your leads to a Google Spreadsheet (using Zapier)
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Add Wisepops to Your Website
✨ How to create your first campaign
How to create a referral campaign with Wisepops
How to create a cart recovery popup with Wisepops
How to create a survey with Wisepops
Embed a SurveyMonkey Quiz Into a Popup
How to create a cart recovery popup with Wisepops (Magento)
How to create a cart recovery popup with Wisepops (Shopify)
Embed a Typeform in Your Popup
Introduction to JS Callbacks
Stop Displaying a Campaign When the Cross Close Icon Is Clicked
Dynamically Add a Custom Parameter to a Redirect URL
Fire the Facebook Pixel When a form is Submitted
Forbid Disposable Emails in Your Signup Form
Display a Popup Only After Another One Has Been Seen (or Clicked)
Forbid Free Emails in Your Signup Form
Create a Spin-the-Wheel Popup Without Collecting the User’s Email Address
Add a coupon to the clipboard after signup
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Personalize the Content of Your Popup on the Fly
Apply filters to your dynamic variables
Inject the Name of the Visitor's Company into Your Popups (with Clearbit)
Display the visitor's city within your popup
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Flag a Popup as Clicked With JS Code
Display a form field conditionally
Close a Popup With JS Code
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How to fix email synchronization issues
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Everything you need to know about the migration to V3
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Updated by Lisa Fockens
Wisepops offers two built-in positions for bars: top and bottom of the page. But you can also choose to place your bars in a specific place in your website structure. Let’s see how this works.
When do you need to use the custom position?
There are two main reasons why you might be interested in custom positioning.
First, you might not want to display your bar at the very top, but rather underneath your header. With custom positioning, you are free to place the bar anywhere you want in the document flow. Like in this example on our homepage:
Another reason is that the top position might overlap your fixed header. By choosing a custom position, you will be able to insert the bar inside your header. The two elements won’t be superposed, and since the bar is inside the header, it will either scroll with the content or stay fixed, depending on the style of your existing header.
How to choose the CSS selector
When you choose the custom position, you will be asked to enter a selector to target the element where the bar will be inserted. This is something developers are familiar with. You can learn more about it here.
Here is a method that can help you find a suitable selector, using the Chrome browser.
Step 1: Go to the page where you want to display the bar.
Step 2: Right-click at the place where you want the bar to appear.
Step 3: Click on “Inspect” in the contextual menu.
Step 4: You should see the developer tools open on the Elements tab. Move your mouse over the elements; it should draw a blue square on your website. This shows you which element you are pointing at.
Step 5: Move your mouse around until you find the element that is a suitable container. Remember that the bar will be inserted as the first child of the container.
Step 6: Copy the selector by right clicking on the element > Copy > Copy selector.
For example, on https://www.xbox.com/en-us/consoles/xbox-series-x, we might want to insert our bar between the Microsoft header and the Xbox Series X menu. We will choose the CSS selector #TopContentBlockList_3 > div > div.
In the ideal situation, the chosen container has an “id” parameter. If that is the case, the copied selector will simply be the “id” of the container prefixed by #. Otherwise, Chrome will provide a selector that depends on the ancestors' hierarchy of the container. Note that it is more likely for the hierarchy dependent selector to stop working if you update your website theme.
Step 7: Paste the selector in the specified field in the Wisepops Builder and then save your work.
More real-life examples
If we want to place the bar at the top of the header that appears when scrolling down, we'll use the following selector: .css-1y7qxpi
You can see an example of this placement on the New York Times website.
To place a bar at the top of the price graph in the below Binance example, we would use the selector: .css-1pysja1
These examples give you an idea of what’s possible and you can see that it’s not really difficult to customize the placement of your bar. Now you're equipped to place your bar in the best spot on your website.
If you need assistance, get in touch with our Customer Support team.
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