Dreamgrow Scroll Triggered Boxes WordPress plugin

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If there’s anything that can be called the silver bullet in getting people to take action then this is it! The scroll triggered box has consistently increased conversions rate by several times.

All new version 2.3 available!

Scroll Triggered Box is a WordPress plugin that displays a pop-up box with customizable content. You can use whatever content meets your marketing needs:

  • A call-to action for newsletter sign-up;
  • Facebook like box or social sharing buttons;
  • Related products or services;
  • Best offers related to specific page;
  • Article suggestions;
  • Lead generation form.

Or something completely unique to your marketing strategy. Scroll triggered box will draw attention after people have engaged with your website.

We designed the box to get the attention of the visitors who have engaged with your site. Originally the box triggered when people scrolled to certain specified point on the page. Now there are a lot more options:

  • Percentage of scroll;
  • Reaching an end of the post or comments.
  • Specific length of time;
  • Click on page element;
  • Mouse over element.

These events help you verify that visitors are engaged with the content. Presenting a call-to-action to engaged visitors will drastically improve your results.

What do you get with this plugin?

  • Unlimited boxes for different pages
  • Multiple boxes per page
  • The same friendly visual editor that you use for posts
  • Compatible with short codes
  • Multi-language support (WPML)
  • Set the amount of days for the box stay hidden if visitor closes it
  • Design templates to save you time with the appearance of the box
  • Fully customization if you want to use your own design (HTML and CSS)
  • Control the position of the box (pages, posts, frontpage, left, right, top, bottom, center)
  • When to trigger the box (% of scroll, specific element)

Download from WordPress site: Dreamgrow Scroll Triggered Box.

Scroll triggered boxes screenshots

scroll triggered boxes settings

scroll triggered boxes settings editor

Standard WordPress editor with multi language support.

scroll triggered boxes settings settings

Select posts, pages, categories and tags that show the box. Display the box top, bottom, left, right or middle. Or if you so wish several boxes per page.

scroll triggered box settings design

Tons of settings to make each box behave exactly as you want.

Priit Kallas

Priit is the founder and CEO of DreamGrow Digital, an internet marketing and social media company. With his 20+ years internet marketing experience he is Helping companies to understand and use the digital marketing to reach their target audiences. He's also writing on a personal growth website FixWillPower.com. He has spoken at hundreds of seminars and conferences on different aspects of internet marketing. Priit is also the organizer of Digital Elite Camp, a leading traffic and conversion event.

34 Responses

  1. resep kue kering says:

    Hey there, great plugin, though it seems to clash a bit with the Divi Theme’s editor. When the plugin is activated and you try to change, say, font size with the editor, you can no longer write a number to indicate a new font size, and the number no longer updates when you drag the scrollbar to vary size.

  2. Smix says:

    Excelent plugin , tenx for sharing

  3. Mojo says:


    This is a great plugin, the only thing missing is the ability to hide for logged-in users.

    Do you have any plans for this ?

  4. Miodrag says:

    Very nice features. We must try it…

  5. Erwin Pratama says:

    Thank You for sharing this plugin.

  6. Resep Masakan says:

    Thanks for sharing.

  7. Asger says:

    Hey there, great plugin, though it seems to clash a bit with the Divi Theme’s editor. When the plugin is activated and you try to change, say, font size with the editor, you can no longer write a number to indicate a new font size, and the number no longer updates when you drag the scrollbar to vary size. Just thought I’d notify you 🙂

  8. Info Resep says:

    thanks for sharing

  9. Kate says:

    What does this do on mobile? Will it work the same way or just not appear? What is a good mobile solution for this same feature?

  10. Angel says:

    How do i change the background opacity when the popup appears?

    • Priit Kallas says:

      If you don’t set a theme (none) then it’s transparent. You can use PNG images for background for various levels of transparency. This way you can even create round popups.

  11. Resep Masakan says:

    thanks for great info..
    i’m using this plugin in my blog… much better

  12. یو پی اس says:

    very good

  13. Kristine says:

    I’m using this plugin right now in my site. So far so good!

    Thanks for making this plugin better.

  14. joel maharry says:

    How do I add a Captcha function to my scroll trigger.
    Other than that, it’s working well!

  15. Ian Smith says:

    Brilliant! A nice plugin that appears very easy to set up. Let’s give it a try!

  16. Summer Mote says:

    The box use to work – not it doesn’t. Very sad. Please help! THX!

  17. Love Happyx says:

    I like your plugin a lot : ) But can you please tell me why the Facebook button is not showing up? I have it selected to appear along with the other buttons. Also, I have WordPress version 3.4.2. Thank you.

    • Love Happyx says:

      Ok, it is showing up now for some reason o_O Sorry for the bother! ♥

    • Love Happyx says:

      (wish I could edit my comments because I look very silly now haha)

      Alright, one minute the Facebook box shows up and the next, it doesn’t. So I am still wondering how to fix it. So sorry to keep commenting! But please help…

    • Love Happyx says:

      Waaiiit a minute, I see what you did there. The FB like button only shows up on individual posts, not the home page? Very clever LOL *embarressed*

    • resep kue says:

      Amazing plugin, this is the best from other

  18. Chris Robley says:

    Your plugin works really fantastic thank you so much for your hard work providing it. Is it possible to make several different “Scroll Boxes” that will be different depending on the page?

  19. Anthony says:

    I have the same question as Jennifer and and Zach .. the plugin is great, but once they send their email, where does the email go????? Please respond ASAP – i see the this is the third time this question has been posted and not answered.

    • Priit Kallas says:

      Here’s the answer:

      Make sure you install version 1.1 of the plugin. Then using the default form sends signups to the admin email address of you WordPress installation.

      Sorry for not posting the answer here! I answered it on the WordPress plugin site http://wordpress.org/support/topic/plugin-dreamgrow-scroll-triggered-box-how-do-i-receive-emails?replies=2

  20. Zack Howler says:


    kind of a noobish question: Once they typed their email and clicked subscribe, where does their info get sent to?

    Also, can this work with AWeber?


  21. Jennifer says:

    Hi, I really like your plug in but does it store the email addresses anywhere on my site? The box pops up and looks great, but what now? Will it notify my subscribers? Sorry I couldn’t find any further docs. Thanks!

  22. Haydon Rouse says:

    Your plugin looks just what I’m looking for, however, I am having problems getting it to work. I have installed it all ok, and gone into the admin section but I’m not getting the option to select a theme. There is a dropdown box but no options in it.
    I see from your screenshots it says “Default”. Would it work if I add Default into one of the database tables using phpmyadmin?

    • Priit Kallas says:

      Sorry! We had made a mistake in coding and it pointed the templates into wrong location. We fixed it in version 1.0.1. Simply updating your plugin should work, but if it doesn’t then delete the plugin and reinstall. Thank you for feedback!