Close Popup and Create Cookie After AWeber with Popup Maker Submission

This solution works for Auto Open/Time Delay, Scroll, and Exit Intent triggers.

Set Up Your Cookie

First, set up your Cookie using the Manual JavaScript setting in the Popup Editor.

After clicking Add, you will be able to customize every aspect of how your cookie will behave. For detailed explanations on all of the cookie settings and features, check out the Cookie Settings and Features Doc.

Use the method documented here to create your cookie on form submit.

Add Manual JavaScript

You can add the PHP code snippet to your child theme's functions.php file or with a third-party plugin such as My Custom Functions.

 *  Note 1: Replace the placeholder strings 'form_id' and 'my_form'
 *  in the example below with the actual values from your use case.
 *  Note 2: From the WP Admin, refer to 'Popup Maker' ->
 *  'All Popups' -> 'CSS Classes (column)' -> to find the popup ID
 *  mumber specific to the popop that contains the form. Replace the
 *  number below ('123') with the integer value from your popup.
 *  Add the following code to your theme (or child-theme)
 *  'functions.php' file starting with 'add_action()'.
 * -------------------------------------------------------------------------- */
add_action( 'wp_footer', 'pum14_popup_reg_form_check', 1000 );
 *  Reopen a form when form submit is not supported by AJAX.
 * @since 1.0.0
 * @return void
function pum14_popup_reg_form_check() {
    if ( isset( $_POST['form_id'] ) && $_POST['form_id'] == 'my_form' ) {
        <script type="text/javascript">

View the source on GitHub.

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