UCF Header Bar


The UCF Header Bar plugin allows the simple inclusion of the UCF Header bar into your UCF WordPress website using enqueue_script. The UCF University Header is a cohesive marketing and branding tool for the entire university. It provides consistent navigational elements and a universal search feature with search suggestions.

The University Header has a responsive option and will adapt to various screen sizes as necessary. Responsiveness follows Twitter Bootstrap’s breakpoint standards.


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Installation is quick and easy with only one setting.

  1. Upload the plugin files to the /wp-content/plugins/ucf-header-bar directory, or install the plugin through the WordPress plugins screen directly.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ screen in WordPress
  3. Use the Settings->UCF Header Bar screen to configure the plugin if your site’s max-width is larger than 1200px.


Where will the UCF Header Bar be added?

The UCF Header Bar should be visible at the top of your website right after the opening <body> tag.

Are there any settings?

For sites with a max-width greater than or equal to 1200px please go to the plugin settings found under Settings->UCF Header Bar and check the box.

Why isn’t the UCF Header Bar acting responsively?

To utilize a responsive bar, simple make sure your sites <head includes the following <meta> tag:

<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0">

Are there any known issues with themes?

There are some themes that have sticky headers that can conflict with the UCF Header Bar implementation. If your theme has a sticky header, please test its functionality after activating the UCF Header Bar plugin.


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Contributors & Developers

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  • Due to changes in the parent JavaScript a new CSS file is enqueued if the settings are set to greater than or equal to 1200px.
  • Updated the main screenshot.
  • Tested on WordPress 6.5.4


  • Prefixed functions and class to prevent potential function naming clashes.
  • Tested on WordPress 4.9.4


  • Fixed another typo


  • Fixed a typo


  • Removed duplicate “Settings Saved” announcement


  • Initial plugin submission.
  • Tested on WordPress 4.4.2.