How to Create Slide-In Banner in Divi

by Feb 8, 2021Divi Freebies, Tutorials

If you’ve ever wondered how to increase conversions on your website, you’ve probably come across various ideas.

Pop-ups are probably the most frequently mentioned, but unfortunately also the most hated option. Although many people will assure you that they have increased their newsletter subscription by a good percentage, they will forget to mention that they angered 99% of their visitors.

So what can we do differently?

While we wish our visitors the best experience, we can’t always give up the opportunity to increase the conversion on our website. There are better ways to guide visitors through your website and increase subscribers to your newsletter or increase sales in your online store. One of them is a less invasive Slide-in Banner that appears in the corner of the page.

Let’s take a look at how you can easily add it to your Divi website without the need for an additional plug-in. We will add it in the Global footer, so the same slide-in banner will appear on all pages. But you can also play around and create different footers for different pages, that include a different slide-in banner. The possibilities are endless. You can follow this tutorial, or download free section, ready-to-use below.


Create new or edit existing footer

Go to Divi → Theme Builder and create new Global Footer. You can build it from scratch or if you already have one you can just open it. We will not mess with existing content.


Create new row for the banner

  1. Create new row with one column and assign a “banner” ID in the Advanced tab. 
    Note: You can also set Admin Label to Banner to easily find it in the Wireframe View.
  2. Add background color to your row (I chose white background color).

Go to Design tab

Click on Sizing tab and set sizes:

  1. Width: 300px
  2. Max Width: 300px

Click on Spacing tab and set padding:

  1. Padding Top & Bottom: 20px
  2. Padding Left & Right: 15px
If you wish you can set rounded corners in the Border tab. I set mine to 5px.

Now we add some shadow to our banner to make it stand out more from the content of the page.

  1. Choose the first option – outer shadow
  2. You can leave the other fields as default, we will just set shadow color to:

Go back to the Advanced tab

  1. Go to Position tab → Select “fixed” position.
  2. Choose where you want your banner to be. I chose the bottom left corner so I just clicked there on little box below the position window. You can also position in to right side or the top of the page.
  3. Set Horizontal Offset to 20px and
  4. Z-index to 9999.

Tip: It is better to place banner at the bottom, as it will be less annoying to visitors when reading the content on the page.

Now we have our row prepared and waiting for us to put something interesting in it to catch our visitors eye.

Add Close button

We want to allow our visitors to close the banner. So we need to add a close button to our row.

  1. Create new Code module and assign a “close” class to in the Advanced tab it. Be careful not to add it to ID CLASS tab.
  2. Go to the Advanced tab → Position and select “absolute” and choose upper right corner.
  3. Go to the Advanced tab → Custom CSS and add this line of code to the Main Element field:
    cursor: pointer;
  4. Go to the Design tab → Sizing set width to 20px.

Go to Content → Text and copy the code below in the Code field.



<span class="et-pb-icon" style="font-size: 20px;">&#x4d</span>

Add Blurb module

If you want to make it more personal you can add a blurb module with your image and name. So let’s do this.

Note: You may need to switch to wireframe view.

  1. Add blurb module.
  2. Set your image, name and position or short description about you.
  3. Go to the Design tab and open Image & Icon options.
    Image/Icon Placement: Left
    Image Rounded Corners: 50%
  4. Set Sizing:
    Image Width: 45px
    Max width: 90%
  5. Disable animation:
    Animation → Image/Icon Animation -> No Animation
  6. In the Advanced tab→ Custom CSS → Blurb Title paste this line:
    padding-bottom: 5px;

Add Text module and write your CTA.

  1. Add Text module.
  2. Go to the Design tab → Spacing and set padding:
    Padding top: 10px
    Padding bottom: 20px
  3. Style your text as you wish, make sure to specify a larger font (18-22px).

Add Buttons

First we’ll add CTA button.

  1. Add a new Button module.
  2. Set good button text, something like “Yes, take me there” or “I want to book a call”.
  3. Set your link where you want to send visitors to (a landing page, contact form etc.).
  4. Style as you wish or keep the default style.
  5. Go to the Design tab and set Button Aligment to center.
  6. Give it the class “close” in the Advanced tab.
  7. Go to Custom CSS in the Advanced tab and copy next line in the Main Element field:
    width: 100%;

Now we add another button – an option for visitors to refuse your offer and close banner.

  1. Duplicate first Button module.
  2. Replace text button with something like “No, thank you” or “Maybe another time” and remove link.
  3. Change style. It’s a good idea to give it a different look that should be less emphasized than the first button. I will use the same colors but will not assign a background color to it.
If you want to spice things up, you can also add image to your banner or any other module of your choice. Just keep in mind that this is a small banner so keep it simple.

Edit banner position in the Advanced tab.

We want to hide the banner by default, so we will assign negative offset to it.

Vertical Offset should be at least a negative number of the total height of your banner. You can just drag the dot to the left until your whole banner is hidden from the screen. I set mine to -315px.



  1. Go to the Wireframe View.

  2. In your Banner row add a new Code module below the second button. Give it an Admin Label: CSS. Copy the following code into the Code field.


/* Slide in */
.et-fb-root-ancestor #banner {
bottom: 20px !important; /* Banner will always be visible in Theme Editor */
} {
transition: 0.8s all;
bottom: 20px;
opacity: 1;
#banner.hide {
transition: 0.6s all;
opacity: 0;

Add JS

After CSS code module we add another Code module and assign Admin Label: JS. Copy the following code into the Code field.



<script type="text/javascript">
            function setCookie(key, value, expiry) {
                var expires = new Date();
                expires.setTime(expires.getTime() + (expiry * 24 * 60 * 60 * 1000));
                document.cookie = key + '=' + value + ';path=/' + ';expires=' + expires.toUTCString();
            function getCookie(key) {
                var keyValue = document.cookie.match('(^|;) ?' + key + '=([^;]*)(;|$)');
                return keyValue ? keyValue[2] : null;
            function eraseCookie(key) {
                var keyValue = getCookie(key);
                setCookie(key, keyValue, '-1');
            function closeSetCookie() {
                setCookie('hide-banner', true, 7) // Cookie Exists for 7 days
                return false
            jQuery(document).ready(function() {
                if (getCookie('hide-banner') == null || getCookie('hide-banner') == false) {
                    setTimeout(function() {
                    }, 5000) // 5000 - 5 seconds before banner is visible
                jQuery(".close").click(function() {
  1. We set 7 days for Cookies. This means that after they click on a button or a close icon, the banner will not be visible to them for 7 days. You can change this value.
  2. We also set a timeframe of 5 seconds before the banner is visible. You can also change this to another value.
  3. Save changes and go take a look at your website. Note: If you close the banner you will not see it again for 7 days. Test it in the incognito window. You can always view and edit it in Theme Builder.

This is it! I hope you enjoy reading this tutorial and it will help you display your promotions in a more beautiful and engaging way. If you want more tutorials, make sure to sign up to our newsletter at the bottom of this site.

Kaja Haler

Kaja Haler

Kaja is the CEO of a boutique online agency, a young mom, a perfectionist, a front-end developer & Divi enthusiast, with a great passion for beautiful websites that bring results. She has been making websites for the sixth year in a row, and for the last two years she has been paying a lot of attention to conversion design, as a beautiful website is good, but a beautiful website that sells is even better.