What does BugMeBar do? BugMeBar lets you add a message to the top of the screen which a user can dismiss. You can use a cookie if you like so that the notification bar can stay gone once the website visitor has clicked close. Here are the main options… Set the target of where the bar will go, you can add it to anywhere you want Enter the message (including HTML content) Set colours for message, links and transition colours Align message and close button Remember close with a cookie Set cookie expiry time Name your cookie Turn CSS3 transitions on/off Turn CSS3 animations on/off Use a fixed position bar so it sticks to top of the page Already got a fixed header? No problem, use a fixed spacer to push existing fixed headers down Set a z-index to make sure BugMeBar stays on top of everything. Set a minimum display width Hide the bar on the homepage or on specific categories/posts And of course, BugMeBar is responsive and fully functional on mobile/tablet But why did we build this? Because we needed something mega simple without a gazillion options that also looked nice and we couldn’t find anything that matched those requirements. We figured if we wanted something like that, you might do to. For more information and support, please visit our forum.
|Created||4 August 13|
|Last Update||21 November 14|
|Compatible Browsers||IE7, IE8, IE9, IE10, IE11, Firefox, Safari, Opera, Chrome|
|Software Version||WordPress 4.2, WordPress 4.1, WordPress 4.0, WordPress 3.9, WordPress 3.8, WordPress 3.7, WordPress 3.6, WordPress 3.5|
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