Try with both ID and class but it does not work.similar plugin works well.
Tried with salient theme based website and it didn't work.
Tried using through class as well as ID but no change. There is no effect of this plugin on my pages.
I installed this a while ago, possibly even before WordPress v4.0.
It worked great, did exactly what I needed it to do, but it has caused an unfortunate bug. Every time I changed the size of my browser, my whole site would refresh. When I first installed a theme I assumed the refresh was part of the theme.
Hopefully it will get fixed, but as of writing this is has been 7 months since the last update and it seems doubtful.
I tried Q2W3 Fixed Widget, Sticky Menu (or Anything!) on Scroll, and myStickymenu but this plugin seemed to work well. Works right out of the box and seems less bloaty and glitchy than the other three. I am using it for a sticky widget sidebar. Was using Q2W3 for many years, however, with my new website it was conflicting with way too many plugins and it hasn't been updated by plugin author for almost a year.
not really helpfull if you need more than that
Great plugin -- it just works out of the box. I'm using this plugin to make a sidebar widget sticky.
Very simple and easy plugin. Stew (the author) provides tremendous support.
One note that I missed in the install, you must enter an element that pushes the sticky upward for it to work correctly.
I am amazed that this has not been downloaded more often. It's so simple -- yet it makes websites so much easier to navigate.
Works out of the box, would be helpful to enhance with the option not only to define an element that pushes the sticky element out (currently possible), but also an element (above the sticky element) that makes the element sticky when it is scrolled out of the viewport.
I have been looking for a plugin just like this for a while, it works great and is very easy to use. Thanks!!
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