STEP 2 – Setting up a Bloom Trigger
Now that you have an enabled Click to Trigger Bloom Fly-In, it’s time to enable and setup the Bloom Trigger.
- Go to Settings
- Go to Bloom Trigger
Explanation of the settings
This changes the background color of the Bloom Trigger.
This changes the color of the text in the Bloom Trigger.
The text to be displayed in the Bloom Trigger. If you leave this blank, the trigger will attempt to auto-detect the text to use, by getting the title of the currently active Bloom Fly-in. This is especially useful if you are using multiple Bloom Fly-Ins on your website.
The size of the font in the Bloom Trigger.
The positioning of the Bloom Trigger can be overriden with this setting, if you choose Auto Detect, the Bloom Trigger will get the setting of the current page’s active Bloom Fly-In and position accordingly to the settings of this.
The height of the Bloom Trigger.
Trigger Bottom Height
This setting controls the height of the Bloom Trigger when the user scrolls to the bottom of the page, this is useful if the user has already previously minimized the Bloom Fly-In and you want to “remind” the user that it’s there.
Add any custom CSS you feel like, the main wrapper for the Bloom Trigger is .yanco-bloom-trigger, but if you want to edit the CSS you’re probably familiar with Inpector Tools already.