Bubble Menu


The plugin “Bubble Menu” helping create custom menu with floating buttons and insert icons into menu items. You can create awesome floating buttons with navigation and information



Main features

  • 4 Positions of floating buttons: Top left, Top right, Bottom left, Bottom rigt
  • Select fontawesome icon for button: More then 600+ icons
  • Use tooltip to provide more information
  • Insert icon in standart menu item
  • Creating 1 set of 5 buttons
  • Circle shape of buttons
  • Insert links

Bubble Menu can be used for:

  • Site navigation
  • Contacts block
  • User profile navigation
  • Skype menu
  • And more…

Pro version

Achieve even better results with the PRO version:

Pro version demo

  • Unlimited amount of menus
  • 8 Positions of floating buttons
  • Insert icon in standart menu item
  • Select fontawesome icon for button
  • Change button color and hover color
  • Built-in social share and print buttons
  • Different types of animation: 16 effects
  • Use tooltip to provide more information
  • Built-in user links: LogIn, LogOut, Register, Lostpassword
  • Different button shapes: Circle, Rounded square, Ellipse, Square
  • Show menu depending on language (allows creating multi-language)
  • Show menu depending on user (for all users, only for logged-in users, only for not logged-in users)
  • And more…

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  • Admin panel
  • Contacts block
  • Skype menu


A Full Review


This plugin uses shortcodes, which you will need to insert into your site. If you build using widgets with a frontend editor then I recommend using a shortcode widget insert plugin. As for the buttons themselves, they work on both desktop and mobile devices very nicely. (Although an option to make them bigger would be nice for desktop). I mainly got this for mobile user interface, and it works to ordinary reduce menu clutter and aim for that fresh minimual mobile design. The free version is pretty simple, alot of the cool (Pro) features are rendered out but even so the free version can be made to look professional and is perfectly functional as a menu. Conclusion - If you're looking for something to spice up your website on both desktop and mobile interfaces then this works. Use the free version, play around a bit and then if you like it I'd recommend getting those extra features if you need them. I will add a link in this review after I've finished my website so you guys can see how these buttons work etc. Note: It seems to display site wide, but sometimes will hang at the bottom and not scroll with your screen IF you do not add the shortcode to each page (I believe). I need to test it more tbh. Anyway, hope this helps. Edit: This was an issue with another mobile interface plugin, works as expected without it.

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  • Fixed: minor bugs


  • Initial release

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