Plugin glues your website’s sidebar, making it permanently visible while scrolling.
By default, it uses “#secondary” css id under “Sticky Class” setting field and that should be modified for different themes to make it work. Don’t forget this, it’s a mandatory field.
Sticky sidebar plugin will work out of box with some themes which use “#secondary” id for sidebar by default such as: Twenty Sixteen, Twenty Fourteen, Twenty Twelve, Total, Flat Bootstrap, Bolid Theme and many more… Continue reading myStickySidebar – Sticky Sidebar for any WordPress Theme
This example is quite similar to the previous example with Page of posts with two columns. However in this case we are going to use child pages instead of posts, and than show them in two columns. Again we are using Twenty Thirteen Theme as an example, for other themes you should adopt css and html…
Continue reading Page of child pages with two columns
Ok, so we all agree that Twenty Thirteen theme is perfect for nice clean start for your website, it’s responsive, simple and nice, all we need to do is to expand it a bit to fit our project requirements. By default this template does not have two column layout, which is a must have to avoid unnecessary scroll and to increase page views of our website. There is a lot of shortcode plugins that will do that, but than you will have a bunch of pages with shortcodes inside (which is by the way very confusing for the customers), and you will also depend on some plugin. Because all of this reasons (there are more I’m sure but that’s not the point here) I prefer good old fashioned way. Continue reading Page of posts with two columns in Twenty Thirteen
<div id="navbar" class="navbar"></div>
<div id="navbar" class="navbar myfixed"></div>
This way we can have custom css style for sticky (.myfixed) class, and we are using only existing elements from the page
Continue reading myStickymenu – Extended style functionality using .myfixed sticky class
This lightweight WordPress plugin will made your menu sticky on top of page. You can see this very plugin in action on this website, just scroll your mouse up and down and notice that menu is following your scroll.
Continue reading myStickymenu, Simple sticky (fixed on top) menu