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How to Show Simple Panels on Your Website with Elementor or Shortcode

In an FAQ titled "How to Create and Manage Website Simple Panels in Yabber" we looked at how to create Simple Panels, with the panel providing the side-by-side form and lead magnet (image or video). This FAQ will look at the various options to place the Simple Panels on your website.

Simple Panel Escalation: An FAQ titled "How to Escalate Website Forms and Simple Panels" looks at how to escalate forms and panels. Escalation is a method to show another form after a user subscribes to the first form.

Simple Panel with Calendar Inset

  Pictured: The Simple Panel includes a standard website form and the lead magnet (or offer) of some type. The panel should be everywhere. You cannot and will not expect to convert any website visitors unless you provide the mechanism and incentive.

Simple Panel Video

  Pictured: The Simple Panel may optionally include a video. In short, we simply select a video  via a select menu when creating the panel.

Your website conversion framework provides a form on every single page of your website. Remember, every page of your website is a potential organic entry point, so that traffic that does land on your website via the multitude of channels should be provided with a calendar-integrated form with high-value lead magnet. Don't get caught up in that absurd thinking that your website needs a 'Contact Form'... and nothing else. Your website converts for very good reasons.

Form Automation: All the form automation applied is associated wit the form included in the Simple Panel. The creation of a form and assignment of automation is discussed in an FAQ titled "How to Create a Website Form and Assign Automation".

  Front Page Simple Panel

We'll start with the front page Simple Panel since this is handled a little differently to other panels on your website. The front page Simple Panel is defined via the Front Page module. Select your website (and optional interest), select the form, and submit. The change is made immediately.

Front Page Simple Panel

  Pictured: The front page Simple Panel is defined via the Front Page module. Select your website (and optional interest), select the form, and submit. The change is made immediately.

Review the Front Page Simple Panel in an FAQ toted "How to Change the Front Page Simple Panel".

  Location Panels

The FAQ titled "How to Assign Forms and Simple Panels to Every Page of Your Website" details how to assign forms and panels  to every page of your website. The system works by assigning either a form or simple panel to various hooks placed on virtually every page of your website. This system makes it extremely easy to manage and alter forms that are shown on various pages.

Location forms and panels should always be used over a static subscription asset (which we're about to introduce) because a fixed resource cannot be altered from Yabber. Agile marketing requires scalability in the framework, and having a fixed form is a destructive method.

The linked FAQ introduces the simple Elementor Block  used to place additional form hooks on your website.

  Simple Panel Elementor Widget

First, the Simple Panel Elementor Widget will be deprecated in favour of the Location Panel for reasons we've discussed. However, should you choose to use a fixed form on your website, you should search for the 'Simple Panel' widget , drag into your website, and select a form. There's a toggle switch to apply escalation - something we recommend even if no escalation wasn't applied (you can always add it later).

Simple Panel Elementor Form Widget

  Pictured: search for the 'Simple Panel' widget, drag into your website, and select a form. There's a toggle switch to apply escalation - something we recommend even if no escalation wasn't applied (you can always add it later).

Elementor Simple Panel Video

  Pictured: Earlier versions of the website framework will not support video in a Simple Panel created via the widget we've just described. However, it is supported in Location Panels (the results is the same). We won't update the framework as the basic Simple Panel widget will likely be deprecated (we'll only keep it if it passes the broker vote).

  Simple Panel Shortcode

The preferred method of including a Simple Panel with shortcode is via a Location Panel shortcode (remembering that the standalone panel will likely be deprecated). The shortcode used to return a Simple Panel with shortcode is as follows: [panel_locations location="my_location", where 'my_location' is the Yabber or Custom location slug. The shortcode are available via the Simple Panel Review table.

Simple Panel Review Shortcode

  Pictured: The shortcode used to return a Simple Panel with shortcode is as follows: [panel_locations location="my_location"], where 'my_location' is the Yabber or Custom location slug. The shortcode are available via the Simple Panel Review table.

Any form may now be assigned to the Yabber or custom location.

In later website frameworks, all the applicable shortcodes are available from BM's Shortcode Editor options in WordPress' content editor.

BM Shortcode Editor

  Pictured: In later website frameworks, all the applicable shortcodes are available from BM's Shortcode Editor options in WordPress' content editor.

While the fixed panel shortcode is also made available, we'd discourage its use.

  What About Forms?

Forms are created and managed in virtually the same manner as we've just described. The only difference between a form and a Simple Panel is the inclusion of the panel on the right. Forms are built vertically - usually with content, such as images, video, and text, above the form.

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  Related Form FAQs

Your website includes the most comprehensive form system in the industry. Some of the form features are listed below.

In an FAQ titled "How to Create and Manage Website Simple Panels in Yabber" we looked at how to create Simple Panels, with the panel providing the side-by-side form and lead magnet (image or video). This FAQ will look at the various options to place the Simple Panels on your website.

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Front Page Simple Panel
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