Plugin Reviews

Q2W3 Fixed Widget (Sticky Widget)

Fixes positioning of the selected widgets, when the page is scrolled down.


135 reviews
Average Rating
4.7 out of 5 stars
Bad coding
By , for WP 4.3

Uses jQuery(window).off("load scroll." + e.sidebar); which screws up any plug-in looking for the window event.

Love it... Needs to have an option for mobile.
By , for WP 4.2.4


If you could include an option in the COMPATIBILITY to turn off it it is on mobile devices that would be great.

My site work perfectly. However, when i use my blackberry. It screws up the screen. I haven't tried this yet with other devices.

I am thinking that if there is an option in the COMPATIBILITY portion to disable this in mobile devices. So that responsive themes will not have issue.

I am not so technical but i am just trying to comprehend the solution of my dilemma.

Thank you. Again... I love this plugin.

Still working on 4.2.4! Noice!
By , for WP 4.2.4

I've tried other similar plugins, but this one works. I've got a suggestion for improvement, it needs a "push-up" element option so it won't hit another element on the bottom, particularly the footer.

By , for WP 4.2.3

It's just perfect. Thank you!

By , for WP 4.2.2

Works like a charm. Thank you so much!

Work Nice
By , for WP 4.2.2

I have some issue that. dont want to sticky widget after post is finish

Love it
By , for WP 4.2.2

Love this plugin for its simplicity and usability.

Best one
By ,

Just design this plugin to floating fixed custom placed image..


Awesome, but could use a screen height restriction
By , for WP 4.2.2

Just implemented this great plugin on my site. Works great when you set the bottom widget in your sidebar to be fixed.

However, the tool only lets you auto disable it depending on the width of the users browser screen, not the height. This can be a problem if your footer is quite high as then the last widget (if tall) gets stuffed under it.

What would be very useful is if you could also specify minimum window 'height' too. ***WISH-LIST PLEASE**

Most common screen size is 1366x768, so on the short side. Setting the width restriction in the plugin to 1366 then rules out most other browsers so that's no good. Both options would be ideal.

Excellent plugin
By ,

Thaks a lot for your development. Very very useful.

It works perfectly with WP 4.2.2

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