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I haven't used that specific theme, but there is a general pattern that might work.

You can create a ConvertKit form, then use the form's HTML action to connect it. After you create the ConvertKit form, go to the Embeds... (More)

Emily MillsCommunity Moderator
Illustrator, Author, Course Instructor

I'm a divi user as well. Right now, the modal form only pops up when you choose a setting of one of these 3 things:

  1. Exit intent - the user moves to exit the page
  2. Scroll percentage (you can customize),... (More)
Jason ResnickCommunity Moderator & ConvertKit Expert
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You could use Pine (inline) and not add the image. When you don't add the image, nothing will show up and you'll have the text on the left and the form on the right.