How to Create an Attention-Grabbing, Animated Call to Action Ribbon

In this tutorial, we're building a call to action that you can add to any page - and that your visitors will not be able to ignore.

We're using Thrive Architect to create this design and, even though it's a short tutorial, you'll discover many of the unique features in this plugin. You'll see how those features work together to create something that is greater than the sum of its parts.

6 Examples of Using Interactive Elements on your Website to Improve Visitors’ Experience

Opening a link is only the beginning of what can happen when a visitor clicks on a button, text or image. 

There are so many more things that could occur. 

You could show them additional instructions, a light box, a video ...

This is actually very easy to do with Thrive Architect, but we understand that you might not have time to explore and discover exactly what's possible and how to go about it.

That's why we created this master post to show you some nifty things you can do that you probably didn’t even realize were possible.

Gradients in Thrive Architect: How to (& How NOT to) Use Them

With Thrive Architect, you can add custom color gradients to any element that has a background. You can even create gradients as overlays on top of images or background patterns.

In this tutorial, we'll take a quick tour through all of the gradient features. Then, we'll take a look at the dos and don'ts of using color gradients in web design, so that your results will loo pro.

How to Set Up a Complete List Building Funnel

In today's video, follow along and watch over my shoulder as I build a complete lead generation funnel from scratch.

And it's not just any old funnel, it's one that's optimized for high conversions and built to give your new subscribers a satisfying and smooth signup process. First impressions count and with this method, you'll make a shining first impression!

Guarantee Boxes, CTA Elements and Pricing Tables in Thrive Architect

Thrive Architect, our new visual editor that replaces Thrive Content Builder allows you to create just about any layout you can think off. 

That's why in the first release, we did not include compound elements like pricing tables, CTA and guarantee boxes. These elements are basically just a group of other elements such as columns, boxes, text, images and lists. 

But we do understand that it is easier to simply select a template rather than building one from scratch. That's why we're planning on bringing back these elements ASAP. 

And because we know yesterday is better than tomorrow, we recreated all the existing elements ourselves so that you can simple save them as a content template and use them anywhere on your site in seconds.

Let me show you how.

8 Tips for Making Your Content Fully Mobile Friendly

These days, any self-respecting WordPress theme or plugin will be mobile responsive by default, meaning that it will resize and rearrange to fit medium and small screens.

But if you want to make your content not just mobile responsive but truly mobile friendly, there's more to it than just installing a responsive theme and calling it a day.

If you've ever wondered: "how should I create my content/landing pages/opt-in forms for mobile devices?" today's video is the answer you've been waiting for!​

This post has been updated to reflect the changes made in the Thrive Architect plugin.​