Display Modes

If the template defines the ‘what’ will be visualized to your users, the displays define the ‘how’.

All the templates are rendered using a powerful display render engine that supports:

  • Inline: the content will rendered inside the normal page flow
  • Fixed header / fixed footer: contents will be rendered using fixed top / bottom bars
  • Popups: contents will be displayed with popup (center, top left, top right, bottom left, bottom right).

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With all these display modes you can use some parameters that affects the display mode behavior, like a delay before the content is displayed (example: display the popup after 2 secs the user is in the page), or view-on-scroll (display the offer in the popup when the user scroll down reaching a certain element), or any combination of the same (wait that user scrolls down till the page end, then after 1.5 secs display a product offer in a fixed footer) plus a lot of graphical elements like padding, borders, colors, transparency, shadow, animation, …

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Here an example of screenshot where WordPress related articles are displayed using a popup (bottom right corner):