At a certain point when you’re creating a page design, you might run into a list of services, courses, or something similar that you want to share in an interactive way. The design you’re using for your list content plays a very important role in how your visitors digest the content. And with most lists, you’re also going to want to include a call to action that connects the dots. If you’re looking for a creative way to do that, you’ll love this tutorial.
Today, we’ll show you how to reveal a column CTA in a sticky state with Divi. As soon as the CTA touches the end of the column, the sticky effect stops, which gives an effortless experience in which people can continue reading the list items and decide to take action whenever they want without having to scroll up or down to find the CTA. We’ll share the JSON file for free as well!