Checking this box makes the popup start showing on your site. If you don't check this box, the popup won't show on your site.
Place your headline here. With the Pro version, a custom style can be applied by using #pe_headline.
Place your sub-headline here. With the Pro version, a custom style can be applied by using #pe_subheadline.
Email Form Headline
Place your email form headline here. With the Pro version, a custom style can be applied by using .form-title.
Email Button Text
Place your email button text here.With the Pro version, a custom style can be applied to the entire button including the button text by using .submit-button.
Place your feedburner id here.
Place your features/benefits in these boxes. Each one will be a separate bullet point.
You can choose between two types, Automatic and Exit Pop.
Automatic will cause the popup to automatically pop up on the user's screen at a time controlled by Popup Delay and Popup Wait Timer.
Exit Pop tracks the speed of the user's mouse and other factors to determine the user's intent on exiting the site. It will show the popup when it determines the user is intending on leaving the page.
Check here to turn on test mode. Test mode sets the popup to pop for logged in users so you can test. Activate Popup doesn't need to be checked for the Test Mode to work. Checking Activate Popup and Test mode will make the popup show for all visitors to the site whether logged in or not.
Time to wait for popup to show when using the Automatic Popup. Time is in seconds.
Popup Wait Timer
Time interval between the last popup shown and the next time it is shown to the user. Time is in seconds.
Show on posts
Check here to show the popup on posts.
Show on pages
Check here to show the popup on pages.
Show on category pages
Check here to show the popup on category pages.
Show on your homepage
Check here to show the popup on your homepage.
Choose between Feedburner, Aweber, Mailchimp, or Custom.
Aweber List Id
Place your Aweber list id here.
Place your Mailchimp Url here.
Place your Custom Url here. This is the Url the email form will be submitted to if you choose Custom for Email Manangement.
Custom Email Field Name
Place your Custom email input field name here. This is only necessary if page your Custom Url is submitting to is expecting a different input name other than name. default: name
Hidden Input Name and Hidden Input Value
There are three hidden input name/value pairs you can use to pass any hidden data you need to your email management. These fields will be a Post request as a part of the form when it is submitted.
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Place custom styling for the popup here.