A quick and easy shortcode only solution for a popup on your WordPress site. I’ll be using one of the features in Shortcodes Ultimate, for the lightbox, and for the form I’m using a Contact Form 7 Shortcode.
You could use the toggles or any similar feature, using nearly any Premium Theme, or any of the great Child Themes that are available to the Elegant Themes users following along….however it’s the base styling and easy style access that make this Plugin above the bar….
After configuring the spoiler, click “insert shortcode”, you should get a line that looks like this…
After quite a few searches, for what it turned out were the wrong questions, I found the solution. Wanted to share it out there for others as this issue has a way of hiding itself due to the nature of how it came about.
Scenario played out this way…client called and had lost their ability to use the TinyMCE Visual Editor in Blog Posts, as well as, the text editor was displaying white text…..so even that was unusable.
We use Divi by Elegant Themes a lot, and the Divi Page Builder was also affected by this issue.
We use them to fill newsletter subscriptions, for polling traffic on issues or with questions, converting our targeted traffic into clients….contests, giveaways and so on.
I was asked to put together a simple Online Job Application. Decided to go with Contact Form 7 for the form solution. A simple service industry job application, filled out onsite, can save some time for those seeking applicants, and uses the same form functions that any online form would. You can see my form by following link below.
Farther down the page, you’ll find the code to implement the style and fields of my form.