The notification popup that the admin has formulated has 2 options, it can be with a timer or without a timer, just set it to the script variable. The notification popup display uses a metroUI display similar to the application box on Windows 10 with solid colors and cool animations, definitely super premium. You don’t have to worry about making the code, because the admin has already made the formula, so you don’t have to worry about setting it up for a while and installing it. Let’s see how to install it.
A variation on pop-up windows, pop-under ads, opens a new browser window below the active window. Pop-unders don’t immediately annoy the user, but appear when the user closes the closing window, making it more difficult to determine which website created them.
Pop-under ads are similar to pop-up ads, but the ad window appears hidden behind the main browser window, not superimposed in front of it. As pop-up ads become more widespread and more intrusive, often taking up entire computer screens, many users will quickly dismiss pop-up ads that appear on a site without even seeing them. Pop-under ads don’t immediately block the display of content, but they remain unnoticed until the user closes or minimizes the main browser window.
Source : Wikipedia
How to Create Notification Popups
The notification popup code can be placed in the blog’s HTML template code, it can also be placed in the blog widget box. If it is placed in the blog widget box, you can use the button Add to Blogger below to speed up the creation process and facilitate the installation process on your blog. Make sure you’ve also adjusted some parameters to match what you want to display. Here’s how to make a notification popup on a blog page.
- Please login first to your blog.
- Click button Theme to enter the theme editor.
- Click button Edit Theme to display the Blog Template HTML code.
- Slide the scrollbar to the bottom position.
- Put the code below right above the code