How to Create a Floating Sidebar Widget in WordPress
Last Update: Sep 28, 2019
Not long ago I saw a blog site with a long article. When I scrolled the mouse on my computer screen, I found an ad on the right side of its blog. No matter how I scrolled the mouse, the ad would not disappear. This made me curious, I thought, how can I add this feature to my blog website too?
Later, I learned that floating ads that are posted on the screen when scrolling tend to have higher clickthrough rates and conversion rates than static ads, so I searched for a solution from Google, I need to install a plugin in the background of WordPress, the name is : Q2W3 Fixed Widget. Today is Sunday, I took the time to install it on my website, After activating the plugin, go to Appearance » Widgets and click on the widget that you want to make sticky. The plugin adds a Fixed Widget option in all of your widgets. Check the Fixed widget box and save changes. Go to your live site and scroll down. Your fixed widget will now be a sticky floating widget.After a simple setup, it will work fine. Friends can try it.
Thank you for the great teaching!
To be honnest, the sticky floating is very disturbing on mobiles and tablers. And make me leave a site... no,matter the content
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Now that sounds like something I could use. Jim