Divi Overlays and Popups Introduction
Designing custom overlays and popups can be a tedious task. Fortunately, with Divi Builder’s extensive library of modules, creating these features is easier than ever before. In this post, we’ll cover 20 tutorials that will help you master the art of building overlays and popups with Divi. Whether you’re looking for a way to add an overlay to your contact form or make a popup appear when someone clicks on an image gallery, there are plenty of creative examples in here to inspire your next design project! But first, to make sure we’re all on the same page, let’s explain what popups and overlays are and what they are used for.
What are Popups in Web Design?
It’s a good way to capture the attention of your visitors and get them involved. It can be used in many different ways but is commonly seen when there is an option to subscribe or register for something. Adding this kind of new level of interactivity helps readers feel as if they are fully invested in what they’re reading.
What is an Overlay in Web Design?
An overlay is an element that covers the entire area of your web page in other to highlight essential or promotional information; it completely isolates the page’s content with a traditional semi-transparent container. Overlays are often used on websites with lots of information where scrolling could get very tiresome, such as when you look at email inboxes, or social media feeds.
Adding widgets like Email opt-in forms and social media handles to Overlays increases the rate of audiences taking action. Traditionally, a user has to scroll down on a website before seeing your call to action, but you can get it across much more effortlessly and earlier with overlays.
Overlay design typically includes one large image and text overlaid over it; this means that visitors won’t see any content until they scroll past the general background image first. However, if done correctly, images like navigation menus will still remain visible even when the rest of the content is hidden, making it easier for visitors to go back and forth between pages.
After getting familiar with this web design technique lets now explore the 20 Divi tutorials that we think are the best uses of these effects.
- Please note that this list was created with the help of Divi Tuts Directory. You can find all the tutorials we have gathered over the years regarding this subject from this category link.
20 best practical use cases of Overlays and Popups in Divi
1. Create Custom Image Overlays With Divi Visual Builder
Using image overlays on your site lets you present information in an aesthetic manner that improves user experience. If you’ve had difficulties using plugins to create image overlays, this article from Elegant Themes on designing image overlays with Divi’s visual builder will greatly help. This Divi tutorial wil teach you how to combine CSS and Divi’s default functionalities to create a nice looking image overlay.
2. How to Use Divi’s New Filter Options to Beautify Your Images
The writer here explains how the Divi filter effects could potentially replace the need for photo editing software like photoshop to beautify images for websites. Some of the image filters available include; Black & White (Bright), Black & White (Subtle), Low Contrast, Color Change, Warmer, Darker, Slightly Sepia, Gray Toned, and Sepia & Semi-Transparent. The article features comparisons of images before and after effect was applied on them. If you’re looking to add some cool filter effects to images for an existing or new Divi website, you’ll find this an exciting read.
3. Add a Scroll Triggered Popup to Divi Blog Posts
Scroll-triggered popup always grabs the reader’s attention! This tutorial will show you how to add these kind of popups from scratch in Divi. You will get to learn how to design two different types of popups: One that features a related post; another with an email opt-in.