Do you need help building organic traffic from social networks? This plugin allows you to lock important content using the Divi Builder.
With the help of our Divi Modules, you can lock any part of your content and automatically unlock it after a visitor has shared your page on their social media network.
Our Divi Modules use the tried-and-tested Social Locker plugin under the hood.
The Social Locker works by locking your most valuable site content behind a set of social buttons until the visitor likes, shares, +1s or tweets your page.
It helps to improve social performance of your website, get more likes/shares, build quality followers and attract more traffic from social networks.
Note: Headsup! We have moved on to other things & in spirit of GPL2 & WordPress ecosystem we have released the source code. We won't be developing or support this plugin.
- Makes it easy to lock content using the Divi Builder
- Provides 2 Divi Modules – one each to start and end the locked content
This is a must have plugin for anyone looking to organically market their website and build a network of quality followers!
Add Social Locker Entry
Add and configure social locker entry by visiting WordPress Admin > Social Locker > New Locker. Below is a screenshot of Lockers.
Adding the Social Locker Shortcode Divi Modules to a Page
This plugin has 2 Divi modules which help in identifying the start and end boundary of the social locker.
- DF – Social Locker Start: This module indicates the start of the social locking content area.
- DF – Social Locker End: This module indicates the end of the social locking content area.
The screenshot below indicates a sample use of the modules inside the Divi Builder on a page.
DF – Social Locker Start Module
As the name suggests, the DF – Social Locker Start Module indicates the start of the content-locking area.
You need to select a locker in the Select Locker field in the module.
DF – Social Locker End Module
This module indicates the end of the content-locking area. This module does not need any options to be configured. It does, however, need to be applied to the page, failing which content-locking won’t work.
This module does not need any options to be configured. It does, however, need to be applied to the page, failing which content-locking won’t work.
Sample Front End Page
Once the above setup is done, you will see a locker being rendered on the front end page. Below is a sample screenshot.