Welcome to another Oxygen Builder video tutorial. If you're brand new to Oxygen Builder, you will hopefully find these tutorials both useful and simple to follow along.
Oxygen Builder is powerful WordPress website building tool that we use to build custom websites for our clients here at Fabrizio Van Marciano Dot Com. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to use the amazing modal feature, in Oxygen Builder, to build a Pop-up contact form or email opt-in form.
What is the Modal feature in Oxygen
The modal feature provides options that you can use to create an actionable pop-up item anywhere on your website. This means you can turn any element, button, text-link into a trigger that will create a pop-up.
The pop-up container can have a contact form, opt-in form, social call to action, or any other type of conversion element that you fancy placing in it.
If you head over to my blog at Magnet4Blogging, scroll down to the bottom of any blog post, you will notice that I have a call-to-action button after the content, when pressed it creates a pop-up opt-in form.
OK, so follow the tutorial video below to learn how to create the same feature for your blog or website using Oxygen Builder.
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Ask me a question
If you have any questions related to this tutorial, feel free to get in touch with us via our contact page, or leave a comment in the video comment section on our YouTube channel, and we'll try and answer them the best that we can.
There is another awesome tool that I use with Oxygen called CSSHero. This tool gives even more flexibility when it comes to front-end styling. You simply use the options, toggles, and sliders to customize your elements and CSSHero will output it in CSS. You can then publish or copy the CSS to use on your site's custom stylesheet, and more.
You can learn all about CSSHero here.
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