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Description

WPBounce is a WordPress plugin that helps you minimizing the bounce rate of your landing pages, online shops and other websites by displaying an offer when a potential customer is about to leave your website.

How to Create WPBounce Popups’

Follow the step by step procedure to create WPBounce popups:

  1. To create a WPBounce Popup, login to your website and go to the WPBounce > Add New.
  2. Now you can enter the content of your popup in the text editor. The content can be plain text or HTML (WPBounce supports shortcodes as well).
  3. If you want to let your popup trigger only on certain pages or certain users, you might want to consider the further configuration of your WPBounce popup.
  4. Hit Publish. Your WPBounce popup is now active.

Configuring Your WPBounce Popups

To configure your WPBounce Popup go to the edit screen of a popup WPBounce > All Popups > Select Popup (Edit). You will then find at the very bottom a box called “Popup Settings” additional options for your popup.

Defining a Call to Action for Your Popup

The call to action is a button that is displayed below the content of your WPBounce popup. The button can be linked, used as a simple close button or don’t be shown at all.

To define the call to action enter a text in the field “Button Text” in the options area of your popup. Then enter a link for your button and finally hit Update Post.

Time and Session Filtering

You can set a time a user needs to spent on the page before the popup can be triggered.

To do so, enter a time in seconds (integer) in the field with the label “Time in seconds that a visitor is required to spent on the page before the popup is able to be triggered” in the options area of the popup. Leave this option empty if you want the WPBounce popup to be triggered without any time limitation.

Defining Target Groups

If you want to show your popup only for a certain user group you need to correctly set the option with label “Trigger popup for following user groups”.

Select the user group for that you want your popup to be triggered and hit update. You can also select multiple groups by clicking on an option while holding down the CTRL (CMD for Mac OS).

Displaying Popups on Specific Pages

If you want to show your popup only on certain post types you need to correctly set the option with label “Trigger pop up on following pages”.

Select the post type for that you want your popup to be triggered. You can also select multiple post types by clicking on an option while holding down the CTRL (CMD for Mac OS).

In case you want WPBounce to only be triggered on selected pages choose the option “none (shortcode only)” and make sure no other option is selected. You need then to add the shortcode of your popup to pages on which you want to have it displayed.

Using the Shortcode

At the very bottom of the edit screen of every popup, as well as on the overview page of the plugin, you will find the shortcode of for a popup.

You can use this shortcode to manually add the popup to any page or post. To do so copy shortcode, go to the edit screen of the page or post where you want popup to displayed and insert the shortcode anywhere in the content of the post/page. Don’t forget to hit update to save your changes.

Embedding WPBounce with PHP

It is also possible to insert a popup through PHP. To do so use the following code <?PHP do_shortcode(“[wpbounce id='{YOUR_POPUP_ID}’]”); ?>

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We hope you will be happy using our plugin. If you have any questions about this plugin, don’t hesitate to contact us, we will do our best to please you