Here's how WP Triggers works...
Forget fiddling around PHP code or spending hundreds on developers to create interactive features. WP Triggers helps you create "WOW" experiences in just three simple steps.
Step 1: Add your triggers
What's the secret word or number that someone should type into your Trigger Box?
Maybe it's a zip code you deliver to or a number spoken during your latest podcast or a word from page 34 of your new book or the name of a character from your favorite movie. You can also use wildcards (like %) and number ranges to save tons of time.
Step 2: Add unique actions
If the visitor types in one of your triggers, what should happen? If the visitor doesn't type in one of your triggers, what should happen?
Either way you can display some text, a video, a photo, a Google Map, a downloadable PDF, redirect the visitor to a secret URL (with a URL variable), include an email Opt-In Box and more!
You don't have to start from scratch either... you can download our example Trigger Boxes to get you going!
Step 3. Customize settings & embed your Trigger Box
Only allow numbers to be entered, hide the box after submission, add a unique submit button (with custom text), make it shake a little, make the text larger, centered and a lot more!
Once saved, use the automatically generated shortcode or the custom WP Triggers Gutenberg block to embed your Trigger Box on any page or post.
Watch the video to see how easy it is.
Say hello to Version 5
WP Triggers now plays nicely with Gutenberg, makes it easier to stay in touch with visitors, help you respond intelligently and saves you time when typing large sets of numbers! Click any + symbol to read documentation.
Just imagine what's possible
Below are just a few creative examples of what you can do with WP Triggers.
Think of a WP Triggers as a treasure chest that you can put anything in!
Note: You can download these examples from the WP Triggers Guide
Customer Support Robot
With WP Triggers you can create a simple robot that answers customer questions. Some of things it can do is (Demo 1) show the visitor the correct web form to fill out, (Demo 2) display driving directions and a map, (Demo 3) redirect the visitor to another page and will even collect their email address if the topic does not yet have an answer, so you can email the customer directly.
Watch WP Triggers in action
Watch a short video and see exactly how you create a new trigger box, embed a trigger box on a page, style the box and button and how to manage your trigger boxes. If you love the idea, snag yourself a copy here.