When trying to convince visitors to reach out through your website, giving them the right incentives is key. When thinking of incentives, clear and irresistible calls to action pop into mind right away. But CTAs are usually the last part of the acquisition process. You’ll most likely build your way there by showing your company’s worth. One of the best ways to do that is by sharing your approach and unique value proposition. If you’re searching for a smooth way to design your approach, you’ll love this tutorial. Today, we’ll show you how to include different sticky steps that change while people are scrolling and reading. You’ll be able to download the JSON file for free as well!
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1. Create Section Design
Start by adding a new section to the page you’re working on. Open that section’s settings and apply a gradient background:
Upload a background image next. You can find the one we’re using throughout this tutorial in the download folder that you can find at the beginning of this post. You can use the background image for free and without any restrictions.
Remove the section’s default bottom padding by adding “0px”.
Continue by adding the first row to the section using the following column structure:
Without adding modules yet, open the row settings and change the background color.
We’re changing the row overflows to visible too. This will make sure that everything that surpasses the row container won’t be hidden.
Column 1 Settings
Then, open the column 1 settings and add some custom top and bottom padding.
Moving on, we’ll add a gradient background to column 2.
And we’ll increase the column’s size in the transform settings by applying the following transform scale values:
Add Text Module to Column 1
Add H3 Content
Time to add modules, starting with a Text Module in column 1. Enter some H3 content of your choice.
H3 Text Settings
Move on to the module’s design tab and change the H3 text settings accordingly:
Add Divider Module to Column 1
Complete the module settings by including some rounded corners in the border settings.
Add Text Module to Column 2
In column 2, the only module we need is a Text Module with some description content.
Move on to the module’s design tab and change the text settings as follows:
Complete the module settings by adding some custom padding values.
Clone Entire Row as Many Times as Needed
Once you’ve completed the first row, you can clone it up to as many times as you want, depending on how much info you want to share about your first step.
Change All Copy
Make sure you change all copy in duplicate rows.
2. Add Step Row Bar to Bottom of Section
Add New Row
Now that we have all the explanatory rows in place, we can add our sticky step row bar. Add a new row using the following column structure:
Open the row settings and use a gradient background.
Then, go to the border settings and add some rounded corners.
Apply the following box shadow too:
Then, navigate to the advanced tab and set the overflows to visible.
Column 2 Spacing
Next, open the column 2 settings and use some custom top and bottom padding.
Column 3 Spacing
We’re adding some custom top and bottom padding to column 3 as well.
Add Text Module to Column 1
Time to add modules to our sticky step row bar. Add a Text Module to column 1 and mention the step in the content box.
Next, apply a gradient background.
Move on to the module’s design tab and style the text accordingly:
Add some rounded corners to the border settings next.
We’re also using a subtle box shadow.
And we’ll complete the module settings by slightly repositioning the module using Divi’s transform translate settings.
Add Text Module to Column 2
Add H2 Content
In column 2, we’re adding a Text Module with some H2 content describing the step we’re at.
H2 Text Settings
Move on to the module’s design tab and style the H2 text settings as follows:
Add some custom top and bottom padding too.
Add Text Module to Column 3
On to the next and last column. Add a Text Module with some description content.
Move on to the module’s design tab and change the text settings accordingly:
3. Apply Sticky Effects to Step Row Bar
Sticky Row Settings
Now that our sticky step row bar design has been completed, it’s time to make it stick to the bottom. Open the row settings, go to the advanced tab and apply the following sticky position settings:
Sticky Row Filter
In a default state, we don’t want the row bar to be visible. Once it’s turned sticky, however, we want it to appear. To make that happen, we’ll modify the opacity filter in the filters settings:
4. Reuse Entire Section for Next Steps
Clone Section as Many Times as Needed
Now that our first section, which is dedicated to step #1, has been created, we can reuse the entire section based on the number of steps we have.
Change All Copy in Duplicate Sections
Make sure you change all copy in the duplicate sections. That’s it!
In this post, we’ve shown you how to get creative with your website’s approach design. More specifically, we’ve shown you how to use Divi’s sticky options to create different sticky steps bars that’ll help your visitors navigate through different parts of your approach. You were able to download the JSON file for free as well! If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to leave a comment in the comment section below.
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