Import MaxBoxy example panels

To make things easier we have created some MaxBoxy panels you can import inside your WordPress site to start easily. This enables you to quickly move MaxBoxy’s content from one site to another or to start easily with the following examples.

Important: WordPress importer plugin has to be installed and active on your site.

Basic panel strain examples

1. Lets import some basic examples demonstrating mostly panel types.

FloatAny panels – Download this xml file.

InjectAny panels – Download this xml file.

Import those files from your WordPress Dashboard -> Tools -> Import. On this step you have to select “WordPress” by clicking “Run Importer”.

Run WordPress importer plugin

2. Once you finish the importing process, go to the Dashboard -> MaxBoxy -> Panels: FloatAny or Panels: InjectAny section. Notice, panels have been set as drafts. Edit the panel you wish to test and just change the status to “Publish”. It will be loading on your site, now.

Access MaxBoxy's panel strains

From the content triggered FloatAny panels

  1. Save this xml file to your computer and import it in the same way as with the previous “panel types” example.
  2. Now, get this txt file. It’s important to open it with a text editor, so it can be copied without impairments. Copy the whole content.
  3. Finally, create a test page on your site and paste the copied content. You should be able to trigger FloatAny panels from the content just like in our demo.

Important: You need the Pro addon active in order to get these (from the content triggered) examples working. Also InjectAny offers some predefined locations, but panels to be placed in content require premium addon. Still, you can place in content with “Reusable blocks” if you enable maxBoxy’s Reusable blocks strain option.

You see, these are just examples, so that you can immediately see how things work. You should modify those elements and build upon from there. Lets get started!

Don’t miss to check the MaxBoxy demo page before leaving!

Available patterns

  • Trigger buttons
  • Contact
  • Cookies & GDPR
  • Call to action
  • Media
  • Promo
  • Signups

Currently there’s more than 80+ patterns suitable for FloatAny or InjectAny panels, but you can also use them in regular posts.

Use Patterns as a foundation for the MaxBoxy content. It may be it’s all you need, but at least it’s certainly a strong base in building attractive designs for FloatAny or InjectAny panels.

Panel types

  • Toggler
  • Closer

Panel roles

  • Rotator
  • Hidden
  • Banish
  • Exit intent
  • Hover out
  • Igniter

Showing style

  • Bump in
  • Fade in
  • Slide in (horizontal)
  • Slide in (Vertical)

Panel display

  • Site global loaded 
  • WordPress block interface
  • Shortcode

On-load/on-click initiation

  • Display a panel on page’s load or open it on a visitor’s click of a link/button

No coding knowledge

  • There’s no need to be a developer or a web designer to create panels

Embed forms

  • You can insert any form that is compatible with WordPress editor

Unlimited styling/content

  • Set image backgrounds, add videos, maps, use any WordPress block

Set different locations

  • Left topped
  • Left centered
  • Left bottomed
  • Center topped
  • Center
  • Center bottomed
  • Right topped
  • Right centered
  • Right bottomed
  • Position inline
  • Head (InjectAny)
  • Top body (InjectAny)
  • Bottom body (InjectAny)

Create different styles

  • Style borders
  • Style togglers
  • Change sizes
  • Apply light-box
  • Unlimited colors
  • Mobile friendly

Conversion

  • Set goals (Clicks or form submissions)
  • Measure loads/views/goals

Particular pages conditions

  • Show a panel on a certain page(s) or post(s)
  • Show a panel on a specific post type(s), e.g. for products
  • Show a panel only for archive pages
  • Show a panel for particular categories
  • Show a panel for specific tag(s)
  • Exclude individually from showing on each post/page

Event & condition exists triggers

  • Show a panel if element is present
  • Appear after specified time (seconds)
  • Appear after specified element enters the viewport
  • Appear after specified element exits viewport
  • Show a panel for the first timers (only show for x page views)
  • Show a panel for the first timers (only show after x page views)
  • Show a panel based on logging status (for logged in/logged out users)
  • Show a panel based on user roles (Editor, Contributor, Customer, etc.)
  • Show a panel for devices – Mobile/Desktop
  • Show a panel based on referrer – Domain(s) or URL(s)
  • Restrict for certain Country and City
  • Create date/time campaigns