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Stop Displaying a Campaign When the Cross Close Icon Is Clicked

It is possible to prevent a campaign from being displayed again if the visitor has already closed it by clicking on the close icon. To do so, we will use our JS callbacks feature to declare a custom…

Lisa Fockens
Updated 1 week ago by Lisa Fockens

Dynamically Add a Custom Parameter to a Redirect URL

We can add custom parameters on the fly to a redirect a URL through the Wisepops' JS callbacks feature. Let's say we want to redirect our visitors that click on a CTA to https://example.com/ with a d…

Lisa Fockens
Updated 1 week ago by Lisa Fockens

Fire the Facebook Pixel When a form is Submitted

You can easily track leads collected by Wisepops in your Facebook Advertising analytics. We do this, we will use the Wisepops JS callbacks feature. Prerequisite. The Facebook pixel must already be in…

Lisa Fockens
Updated 1 week ago by Lisa Fockens

Forbid Disposable Emails in Your Signup Form

It is possible to prevent visitors from subscribing with a disposable email (a fake email that will be used only once). We will use the Wisepops JS callbacks feature to download a list of disposable…

Lisa Fockens
Updated 1 week ago by Lisa Fockens

Display a Popup Only After Another One Has Been Seen (or Clicked)

In some situations, it might be useful to condition the appearance of a popup on the status of another popup. Consider the following use case: Display a bottom bar that states that our shop will be c…

Lisa Fockens
Updated 1 week ago by Lisa Fockens

Forbid Free Emails in Your Signup Form

It is possible to prevent visitors from subscribing with a free email (with domains such as gmail.com, hotmail.com, facebook.com, etc). To do so, we'll use the Wisepops JS callbacks feature to downlo…

Lisa Fockens
Updated 1 week ago by Lisa Fockens

Create a Spin-the-Wheel Popup Without Collecting the User’s Email Address

To offer a spin-the-wheel popup that doesn't require an email, we're going to use a signup block that we're going to edit to do the following: Hide the email field. Use the Wisepops' JS callbacks fea…

Lisa Fockens
Updated 1 week ago by Lisa Fockens

Add a Coupon to the Clipboard After Signup

Using Shopify? You can apply the discount code directly to the visitor's cart. It is possible to add a coupon to the visitor's clipboard using our JS callbacks feature. In this example, we will autom…

Lisa Fockens
Updated 1 week ago by Lisa Fockens

Create a Micro-Commitment Popup

Warning: This guide is more a hack than a real technique to create a micro-commitment popup. If you'd like this option to work out of the box, feel free to contact us through the chat. The more upvot…

Lisa Fockens
Updated 1 week ago by Lisa Fockens

Add Custom Validation to Your Signup Forms

It is possible to add your own custom validation rules into Wisepops signup forms through our JS Callbacks feature. Let's say you want to only accept emails with the domain example.com , and reject o…

Lisa Fockens
Updated 1 month ago by Lisa Fockens

Flag a Popup as Clicked With JS Code

With our HTML blocks you can embed custom forms and buttons in your popups. When visitors interact with these popups, you want Wisepops to consider the popup as converted. So the conditions such as "…

Lisa Fockens
Updated 1 month ago by Lisa Fockens

Close a Popup With JS Code

It is possible to close a popup from your code, without user interaction, through Wisepops' JS Callbacks feature. Let's say we want our popup to be closed five minutes after being displayed, if not c…

Lisa Fockens
Updated 1 week ago by Lisa Fockens

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