Pro How to use custom template within Modal Popup

Go to Appearance > Theme Dashboard and activate the Templates Builder module;

2. In the Templates Builder module, click on Build Templates:

3. Click on Add Template:

4. Name your template, choose Content Block and set the hook display rule to none.

The templates builder is ready to use with either WordPress Block Editor (Gutenberg) or Elementor page builder. In the next steps you might decide which page builder you wish to use.

5. If you are using the default WordPress Block Editor (Gutenberg), click on the plus icon and search for the botiga templates builder components to insert on the page. If you are using the Elementor page builder, just skip this step and proceed to the next one.

6. If you are using the Elementor page builder, click on the ‘Edit with Elementor’ button. This way you will be able to build the template content with the Elementor page builder. Once you are in the Elementor edit page, you can find the botiga widgets name as ‘Botiga WooCommerce’ in the left sidebar. If you are using the default WordPress Block Editor (Gutenberg), just skip this step and check the step 5.

7. Once you are done with everything, publish/save the changes.

8. Go to the Modal Popup options (Appearance > Customize > Modal Popup), set the Content Type to ‘Custom Content Block’ and select the template in the Content Block dropdown: