This is a really useful addition to Beaver Builder because in the past you would have to use an additional plugin to be able to display a Modal or Popup box. My friend David Waumsley actually recorded a great tutorial on how to do it.
The Modal Box module in PowerPack has so many options and features that I wasn't able to cover them all in one tutorial. I will however, be recording a couple more tutorials on the Modal Box module soon.
In this video, I give you a basic overview of all the options and show you how to add a quick form to a Modal Box.
The Modal Box module has everything you will need to easily create Automatic popups, Exit Intent popups or popups from buttons, images and icons when clicked.
It also includes a Custom CSS Class option that enables you to call the Modal from any other Beaver Builder module, or even a text link.
For example: <a href='#' class="modal-578b90d51bd3c">Get In Touch</a>
After thoroughly testing and helping to debug this new module, I have to say that I think it's one of the most useful modules available for Beaver Builder.
There are so many times when I just need to create a quick popup and this module is going to save me lots of time.
There is also an opportunity for existing users to win their money back, so if you've already bought PowerPack, you should still head over to enter.
In addition to some more Modal Box tutorials, I will be doing a full Head-to-Head review of PowerPack vs Ultimate Addons very soon. That's going to be a very interesting one!
If you have any ideas on how to improve the Modal Box Module, please leave a comment so we can discuss.
Thanks for dropping in - I hope to see you again soon:-)