Looking For Pop-Up Stack For A Printable Coupon


(John S.) #1

Hi All,

I’ve been looking at various options for pop-ups/modal windows (Pop Box, Notify, Gateway, etc), but haven’t found one that will do exactly what I’m looking for: I want to have a pop-up box that displays a coupon… with a link to print out the coupon, like the one on this site (click the “Claim Offer” button):

http://www.queensnyroofingcontractor.com/

Looks like they’re using Yodle.com to provide that functionality, but I was hoping there was a native Rapidweaver way to do the same thing.

Thanks for any ideas!


(Robert Ziebol 🖖🏼) #2

Are you asking for this to just popup as they scroll down the site?? Joe has a stack called Call to Action that will help you do that. You still need a Lightbox type stack, you can see the stacks that integrate with Call to Action here:


these are all of the Lightbox (or popup stacks) that work with Call to Action. Although it is missing one, by Big White Duck, called PopDrop
https://www.bigwhiteduck.com/stacks/popdrop/
Call to Action works with that too, just not listed.


(John S.) #3

Thanks, Zeebe. I’m fine with it being a button the user has to click (although Joe Workman’s Call to Action stack could be helpful triggering it on other actions/events).

I guess I’m hoping for something that easily makes a popup that looks like a coupon (like 1LD’s PopBox: http://onelittledesigner.com/rapidweaver-stack/popBox/#popBox_stacks_in_149856_page0 )… but that is also printable, right from within the pop-up (like in the “Claim Offer” on the site I linked to above). I could get around the “printable” option by just including a “Discount Code” (Call and mention code “XXXXXX” to get this discount), but there’s something elegant about the printable coupon.


(RWtuts) #4

Our Modal Pro Stack could be something for you as well: http://www.rwtuts.net/stacks/modalpro/index.html

It has three content areas you can customise. With some basic html tags you can create links to print the coupon as well. Take a look at our video at the end of the product page to learn more about the Stack.

—M


(Rob Beattie) #5

Maybe Woodgate’s PrintBox stack could be useful in this instance?

https://stacks4stacks.com/printbox/

Rob


(John S.) #6

Thanks @RWtuts! I’ll check it out!


(John S.) #7

Thanks @robbeattie… that looks PERFECT for handling the printing aspect! Just downloaded it (and I should know better and check out Stacks4Stacks more regularly! LOL!)