Home Β» Creating a custom Elementor Popup trigger

In this tutorial, I’ll guide you through the process of creating a powerful customization – your very own popup triggers based on the active language in Polylang. πŸ’»πŸŒ

πŸ” Dive deep into the code as we explore how to show or hide popups dynamically, tailored to the language your visitors are experiencing. No more generic popupsβ€”make your content relevant and targeted.

πŸ”§ We’ll dissect the process step by step, ensuring you understand the intricacies of linking Elementor with Polylang to achieve a seamless language-based trigger system. πŸ’¬πŸ‘οΈβ€πŸ—¨οΈ

πŸ‘ If you’re ready to take control of your Elementor popups, subscribe now and stay tuned for more advanced customization tips! πŸ”—πŸš€

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Chapters: 0:00 Introduction & example
1:10 Explain Elementor internal workings
2:24 Prepare plugin and folder structure
3:00 Create the base classes
4:12 Convert plugin to Singleton
4:48 Introduce proper namespacing and class imports
5:14 Inject controls into Elementor popup widget triggers
6:28 Recap explanation of how we inject the controls
6:54 Add the control header
8:02 Instantiate some option variables
8:26 Write the options logic
9:55 Recap explanation of how options logic works
10:58 Create the last two controls (select2 and switcher)
11:58 Create the AJAX endpoints
13:02 Write the JavaScript file
16:26 Fixing some typos
16:42 Outro and thanks!

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